Yes, Canada Legal Referral has legal representation to service clients in every judicial jurisdiction across Canada as well as into the United States.
All third party collection files resolved through Canada Legal Referral are on a contingency basis; there are no costs to the client unless the account is resolved and monies are collected.
Any person or corporation that supplies services or materials to an improvement for the owner(s), contractor or subcontractor has a lien interest for the price of those services or materials. Lien rights begin at the point of first supply of services or materials and remain in effect for a number of days following the last day services were performed or materials delivered . Timelines for the expiry of liens differ from province to province as these rights are governed under provincial legislation. Consult the CLR Lien Calculator for timelines in your province or a Canada Legal Referral representative at email@example.com for additional information.
The information required to commence a construction lien beginning the preservation process must include; claimants legal name and address, legal name and address of the party you have contracted with, the address work or supply was performed, a short description of the labour / materials supplied to the project, the date of first supply of labour / materials to the project, date of last supply of labour / materials, current status of the contract, total contract price, including extras - hold backs - and H.S.T. , total amount outstanding , including extras - hold backs - and H.S.T. as well as a current statement of account including substantiating invoices.
Canada Legal Referral will provide experienced and professional collection officers to represent our clients in the timely resolution of any account receivables as well as attainment of management objectives such as increasing cash flow, while decreasing DSO and bad debt levels. The fee schedule can be contingent based or on a per desk basis; designed for short term portfolio clean ups or long term extended account receivables program.
Yes, Canada Legal Referral reports all third partuy activity to the D and B Group of Companies, Equifax Canada and Trans Union in Canada as well as to Experian in the United States.
The Canada Legal Referral investigative credit report is founded on objective sources of information gathered at the time the client requests the information on the subject company. The information is gathered from government ministries and agencies, chartered banks and accredited financial institutions, public records and is culminated with the subjects collateral , capacity , capital and corporate character to p[produce a CLR Credit Risk Score.