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MORIN DAOUD FIRM
MORIN DAOUD, Lawyers and Mediators, is one of the most important and dynamic practices on the South Shore of Montreal. The attorneys at “Morin Daoud” specialize in all fields of civil law. Because of the expertise developed by each of them over the years, numerous types of cases can be handled. At MORIN DAOUD, Lawyers and Mediators, we strive for excellence and quality, while looking to keep our prices competitive and thus available to a large range of customers. Visit the ‘’our lawyers’’ section to find out about everyone’s exact expertise and thereby that of the office. Thanks to its competitive prices policy, the practice has gained a choice place in the legal world. Most of its competitors envy its reputation. In 2000, it won the excellence award by Le Courrier du Sud / City of Longueuil and the office never ceases to progress and be rewarded for its high standards of quality. Thanks to its solid reputation, built on its efforts and customer service, the practice enjoys an image which allows it to make strategic alliances sometimes necessary to carry out a case or simply to save certain costs during the proceedings. The firm is particularly proud of being able to rival with any firm located in the metropolitan area. Although the office boasts of a strong reputation in Court, alternative modes of conflict resolution, mediation, negotiation, prevention of litigation and amicable agreements are also put forward, generally in the customer’s best interest. If a dispute can be solved through an amicable agreement, rest assured that MORIN DAOUD, Lawyers and Mediators, will see to its conclusion, without setting aside the possibility of resorting to judicial procedures. The case must be adequately evaluated to bring about the best possible solution, keeping in mind the customer’s best interest! Located at the core of the Old Longueuil district, at 1969 Ste-Hélène, close to all facilities (parking, buses, etc.) although well established in the greater Longueuil judicial district, the office also offers services in most of the other judicial districts in the Province of Quebec .
– Less costly
– Less procedures and paperwork
– Humane process respecting individuals
– Fair and impartial decision
– Confidential decisions
– Executable like a judgment
– Alternative dispute resolution
– International jurisdiction between parties of different jurisdictions
Arbitration is a private system of justice, which is parallel to the ordinary Courts that are run by the state. Arbitration is provided for in the Code of civil procedure (s. 620 and following C.c.p.). The main condition of the arbitration process is that all parties to the dispute must agree to participate. This agreement may be reached after the dispute has arisen, before the arbitrator, or otherwise. It can also be already provided for in a contract which gives rise to the dispute such as insurance contracts, business or building sales contracts, or any other type of contract. This is what we call an arbitration clause.
The advantage of this system of justice is that it is much quicker than the regular Courts run by the state. Often, courts delays can take up more than three (3) years, before obtaining a first court date, without counting postponements as well as all other types of delays such as the deliberation process to obtain judgment. An arbitration can take place within a delay of one month. If both parties share the arbitration fees, there is no incentive to ask for a postponement.
This system does not necessitate any legal procedings, examinations out of court or other paperwork. After an agreement on the conduct of the proceedings, the parties can present themselves to the arbitration session without any other formalities. Furthermore, if the parties share the fees of the arbitrator, without representation by an attorney, there is necessarily a reduction in costs because on top of saving money on the legal proceedings that are necessary for the ordinary courts, the parties can share the fees of the arbitrator between them, which means a reduction of at least half of the costs.
The arbitration process is also a lot more humane. There is no legal proceedings surrounding this process or other irritants presently caused by the present justice system. The arbitration takes place in a neutral location but often in a location less formal than a courtroom. More often than not, the arbitration takes place in a conference room chosen by the arbitrator. This permits a more human exchange between the parties. The arbitrator is chosen and hired by the parties. He must therefore render humane services and respect the litigating parties. Courtesy is required by all parties.
The private character of this system brings the parties to a fair and impartial decision. The sole interests of the parties are taken into consideration. There is no procedural concern. Unless the decision rendered is not executed or ratified by the courts, it is confidential. You won’t make the headlines for the wrong reasons.
Evidently, the arbitration decision is executable. In other words, if a party does not respect the decision, it can be ratified by the Courts. It therefore becomes executable and you can then mandate a bailiff to force the execution. (Statute 646 C.c.p. and Nearctic Nickel mines Inc. vs Canadian Royalties Inc. 2020 QCCA 385).
Arbitration is an alternative method of resolving conflicts like mediation except that the result is guaranteed in this case. You are guaranteed of receiving an arbitration decision at the end of the process.
Since arbitration is a private mode of resolving conflicts, there is no conflict concerning jurisdiction. Arbitration is recognized internationally. Several international treaties recognize arbitration. Most countries have adopted provisions in their legislation, like in Canada, that permit the ratification of the decisions. Since there are no legal procedures, the principle of natural justice is applied. There are no territorial rights that are applied and therefore no conflict in jurisdiction.
At Morin Daoud, we offer you unparalleled arbitration services. We have more than 20 years experience in law. The quality of our arbitrator is unequaled. He is a member of the institute of arbitration and mediation of Québec and of the International chamber of commerce of Canada, Arbitration committee. We can offer you compétitive prices. Do not hesitate to contact Me Yannick Morin for an estimation of the costs.
Specialized in all fields of civil law.
Me Yannick Morin
Mr. Morin's areas of expertise are the civil sector, corporate and commercial law. As well as being a mediator for the Small Claims Court, Mr. Morin has handled various class action cases. His experience and expertise make Mr. Morin an excellent litigant. A clever negotiator, Mr. Morin can negotiate a solution to your conflict when appropriate and profitable to you. Even in cases when there is no apparent conflict, Mr. Morin's expertise can help you avoid problems in a negotiation, an incorporation or new association, simply by first consulting him, and all this, at a special price. Mr. Morin also holds a degree in economy. He is also common law and commercial arbitrator accreditated.
Me Yasmine C. Daoud
Ms. Daoud was sworn in as a lawyer in 1997. Ms. Daoud is perfectly bilingual. She is also a family mediator as well as a Small Claims Court mediator. You can obtain up to five hours with her as a family mediator if you have children. Ms. Daoud works in the general civil sector, such as, litigation in all aspects of civil law, family law, bankruptcy law and work related accidents. If you follow her judicious advice, settlements out of court can often be reached. In case such a settlement is not possible, her representation in the courtroom often leads to the desired results.
Take advantage of savings!
Hourly rates vary from $95 to $250.
First hour of general consultation for $50.
Business incorporation: $400 plus costs.
Divorce: jointly or amicably, $700 plus costs.
Amical agreements in family matters for common law couples: $400 plus costs.
*These rates are indicative only and can in no way be prejudicial to a rates table. Taxes not included.
We strive for excellence and quality, while looking to keep our prices competitive and thus available to a large range of customers.