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Administrative Law is the area of law that governs the operations, actions, and conduct of government agencies, and the government itself in Ontario.

What is Administrative Law?

Administrative Law is the area of law that governs the operations, actions, and conduct of government agencies, and the government itself in Ontario. It is important to limit the government to act within its scope of power. For example, the Ministry of Transportation can suspend your licence, but in some cases, the administrative body called the Licence Appeal Tribunal can compel them to return it to you if they can’t prove why it should be suspended.

 

I have a matter before an Ontario tribunal. Can Aitken Robertson assist me?

In our experience in defending criminal and provincial charges, we have developed the skills and knowledge to represent clients before several administrative tribunals. We have the most experience before the Licence Appeal Tribunal and the Parole Board of Canada, by way of the nature of the work we do relating to criminal and traffic law. Regardless of the tribunal or board that relates to your matter, call us for a consultation for some direction and peace of mind.

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