Terms of use


The website www.ljt.ca that you are presently visiting is the property of Legault Joly Thiffault LLP (“LJT”), with a place of business at 380, Saint-Antoine West, Suite 7100, Montreal, province of Quebec, H2Y 3X7 (hereinafter the “Site”). By accessing and using the Site, you agree to be bound by all the terms of use set forth herein. At all times, LJT reserves the right to modify the present terms of use. Your use of this Site after the changes will confirm that you agree to be bound by such new terms of use.

No legal advice and lawyer-client relationship

Although it is of legal nature, the material and information available on this Site does not constitute an opinion or a legal advice. The information is provided only for informative purposes and LJT does not pretend to expose the complete state of the law on any matter. Users should not take any decision solely on the basis of the information obtained from the Site without first obtaining legal advice from a professional.

No lawyer-client relationship is created by (i) surfing on the Site; (ii) the use of the information provided therein; (iii) by an e-mail to a lawyer; or (iv) by a communication via the Site.

Moreover, note that any communication via the Site or by e-mail is not perfectly safe.

Limitation of Liability

Although LJT makes reasonable efforts to ensure the exactness of the data and documents on the Site, this Site and all of its elements are provided as is, with no guarantee whatsoever, implicit or explicit, regarding their exactness, their entireness or their updates. LJT, its affiliated entities, their partners, shareholders, directors, officers, employees, agents and representatives may not, under any circumstances, be held responsible for any damage directly or indirectly related to the use of the Site and/or its content.

In no event LJT guarantees that the Site will be accessible or functional without interruption and that its content is exempt from any error, virus, defect, harmful element or other materially damaging component. LJT, its affiliated entities, their partners, shareholders, directors, officers, employees, agents and representatives may not, under any circumstances, be held liable for any faulty electronic component, for any software or any communication line failure of any kind, in regards to loss or absence of network communication or relative to any faulty transmission, incomplete, incomprehensible or erased by any computer or any network or server, that may limit or stop any person from trying to access the Site. LJT, its affiliated partnerships, their partners, shareholders, directors, officers, employees, agents or representatives may not, under any circumstances, be held liable for any damage or any loss that can be caused, directly or indirectly, in whole or in part, by the downloading of any website page or program and by the transmission of any information related to the Site.

Intellectual Property

The content of this Website is protected by the Canadian Copyright Act and the Trademarks Act and by applicable international treaties. Unless otherwise specified on the Website or in these terms of use, it is strictly prohibited to copy, reproduce, distribute, publish, translate, download, upload, post or transmit by any means, any portion of this Website including, without limitation, the content, data, text audio and video recordings, codes and software, without LJT’s prior written authorization. It is however permitted to display or download, keep in memory, any content of this site for personal use only and as long as they are not modified.

Legault Joly Thiffault, LJT, “Maîtres de la situation” and LJT logos and Legault Joly Thiffault are tradenames and trademarks of Legault Joly Thiffault, LLP. Other marks, names, words, logos, drawings, may also constitute trademarks belonging to Legault Joly Thiffault, LLP, to another entity in its group or to a third party. It is strictly forbidden to use the tradenames and the trademarks figuring in this Website otherwise than as permitted in this notice or without LJT’s prior written consent.

Governing Laws

The laws enforce in the province of Quebec and the federal laws of Canada applicable therein apply to the use of this Website no matter where your residence is located. You accept and you submit to the exclusive competence of the courts of the province of Quebec in regards to any litigation concerning the access and use of the present Website.


Our Website may include links to other websites independent from our site. These links are provided by courtesy only. LJT may not be held responsible of the content of these sites. LJT cannot be held responsible for any damage of any kind resulting from surfing or relying on these sites.

Restrictions with respect to access

LJT reserves the right at any time, to modify or cancel the profile of a user at its own discretion and without prior notice. Furthermore, LJT reserves the right to restrain the access of a user to the Site, in whole or in part. LJT may not be held responsible for any such suspension, cancellation or restriction.