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Tag: absentee

PROPER REPRESENTATION OF MINORS AND THOSE UNDER A DISABILITY

A conundrum often faced is to find out who can sue and who can be sued in claims involving legally disabled persons and persons looking after the estate of a deceased person, corporations, or partnerships. Disability in a legal sense is defined in rule 1.03 of the Ontario Rules of Civil Procedure (Rules) as a minor, an absentee under the Absentees Act, or a person mentally incapable as in sections 6 or 45 of the

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