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Providing Professional and Affordable Paralegal Services In Defending Against Commercial Vehicle Operator Registration (CVOR) Charges
The owners and operators of commercial trucks weighing over 4,500kgs. are required to register in what is known as a Commercial Vehicle Operator's Registration (CVOR) licensing and may be charged separately, in addition to the charges brought against a driver, for violations of the Highway Traffic Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. H.8, among many other laws applicable to roadway users.
Typical CVOR concerns include vehicle fitness, overloading, insecure loadings, lackings within logbooks, improper or expiry of licensing, among other things, and all as additional to the charges against the commercial vehicle driver. Charges against a CVOR may be laid by a police officer or an Ontario Ministry of Transportation ("MTO") officer for prosecution within the Ontario Court of Justice per the court rules and procedures prescribed within the Provincial Offences Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. P.33, including the regulations thereto.
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Contact DefendCharges.ca to obtain your free fifteen (15) minute consultation, a legal representative will review your circumstances, and explain your options for defending your matter. Consideration will also be given to your driving record and/or history of any past offence(s), as well as the potential consequences of a conviction.
DefendCharges.ca will obtain a copy of your driver’s licence or other government issued identification, a copy of the charging document(s), and details of the alleged offence(s) as well as any other information that you deem relevant.
DefendCharges.ca will forward a retainer agreement to you wherein the fees for legal services are outlined along with payment arrangement options as well as the nature of our relationship including our obligations to each other.