Obtaining orders restraining the sale of personal and real property (real estate)

Sometimes it is necessary and advisable to obtain what is commonly referred to as a restraining order to protect any property that you may have a claim against.

Property may include: bank accounts, RRSPs, pensions, vehicles, insurance policies and other intangible property (i.e. jewelry, art work)

Unmarried persons can only avail themselves of a restraining order pursuant to section 67 of the Family Relations Act only if their agreement is filed pursuant to section 120.1 of the Family Relations Act.



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