Notices, orders, and reasons from Tribunal proceedings
The Tribunal posts a variety of kinds of documents to its website. These documents have been reformatted for web-viewing. To obtain original PDFs, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Notices initiate a proceeding before the Tribunal, and in most cases lay out the applicant or appellant’s allegations. There are a variety of kinds of notices, including notices of application, notices of motion, notice of referral for a hearing or notices of appeal. Once the matter is closed, the Tribunal removes all related notices from its website.
The Tribunal publishes orders that end a proceeding, affect the status of a licensee, or determine some other significant matter. Orders can be made at any stage of the proceeding; however, an order is always issued at the end of the proceeding.
The panel that decides each matter can either write or orally issue its reasons for decision. The reasons are usually not released until several months after the end of the hearing.
|Howard Elliott Kerbel||Howard Elliott Kerbel||Lawyer||Conduct||Toronto||13/12/2004||Order|
|David Chong||David Chong||Lawyer||Conduct||Toronto||08/12/2004||Order|
|Tad Henry Grygiencza||Tad Henry Grygiencza||Lawyer||Conduct||Toronto||07/12/2004||Order|
|John Leigh Daboll||John Leigh Daboll||Lawyer||Conduct||Pelham||07/12/2004||Order|
|Kadir Baksh||Kadir Baksh||Lawyer||Appeal by the Licensee or Licence Applicant||Toronto||02/12/2004||Order|
|Kadir Baksh||Kadir Baksh||Lawyer||Conduct||Toronto||02/12/2004||Reasons|
|Andrew Joseph John Marek||Andrew Joseph John Marek||Lawyer||Undefined||Mississauga||22/11/2004||Order|
|James Russell Neilson Sintzel||James Russell Neilson Sintzel||Lawyer||Conduct||Toronto||09/11/2004||Order|
|William Michael Babij||William Michael Babij||Lawyer||Conduct||Sudbury||02/11/2004||Reasons|
|William Michael Babij||William Michael Babij||Lawyer||Conduct||Sudbury||02/11/2004||Order|