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Use of this website is your irrevocable acceptance that the Ontario Paralegal Association, its associates, partners, agents, board members, and members, shall have no liability for any damage which arises from the misuse or misunderstanding of any information provided on this
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The use of this website does not form or create a Paralegal-Client relationship which relationship can only be done through a formal written retainer agreement with a paralegal licensee of your choosing. Should you wish to retain one of the paralegal licensees or businesses displayed on this website, please seek an appointment directly with the paralegal or the firm to discuss your matter. It is at the discretion of the paralegals or businesses listed on this website whether or not they will act as your legal representative. Although our website does facilitate contact with paralegals and businesses in the association, such referral or communications will not constitute a paralegal-client relationship, and your confidentiality may not be guaranteed.
The use of this website constitutes an agreement and understanding that confidential information which is divulged through email, text message, or other virtual methods may not be secure, despite the best efforts of the Ontario Paralegal Association. We, therefore, do not guarantee the confidentiality of any communications sent by e-mail, text message, social media, this website, phone calls or voicemails. Despite the best efforts of the Ontario Paralegal Association, use of this website constitutes an understanding that these communications will not be encrypted. Although interception of such communications by a Third Party would violate federal law, we offer no assurances that such interception will not occur. Although reasonable efforts have been made to ensure the accuracy of content, this website and its content have been made available “as is” without express or implied warranties, conditions, or representations of any kind.
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