Right of First Refusal Manitoba

The Right of First Refusal or “Assuring Priority of Parental Care” is optional protection that divorcing or separating parents may include in their support agreement. The court may include it if the clause is in the best interest of the child/ren. The clause requires that whenever the custodial parent is unable to provide care to … Read more

Manitoba Child Support Laws

Below is everything you need to know about child support laws in Manitoba. Quick take. How does upkeep work in Manitoba? Child support payments end when the child turns 19 in Manitoba. Support may continue past 19 if the parental agreement requires it or the child has special needs. You may use Federal Child Support … Read more

Manitoba Slip and Fall Laws

What to do if a customer gets injured on your property Under Manitoba’s liability act, if someone gets injured because of the negligent actions or failure of an occupier or employee, that individual may have grounds to sue for damages, including pain and suffering, medical bills, and lost wages. The question is, what should the … Read more

Manitoba Hit and Run Laws

Under Manitoba Highway Traffic Act and Canada’s Criminal Code, leaving the scene of an accident is a hybrid offense. Consequently, depending on the damage and your actions before and after the accident. A hit and run driver may face indictable or summary offense charges. Quick take: What happens if you leave the scene of an … Read more