Dr. Kai Deng holds dual lawyer licenses in Canada and the People’s Republic of China. After receiving his Master of Laws (LL.M) at the University of Edinburgh in the United Kingdom in 2003, Mr. Deng was awarded the Doctor of Laws (LL.D) from the Faculty of Law, the University of Ottawa, and the National Committee on Accreditation Certificate issued by the Federation of Law Societies of Canada in 2014.
Telephone: (647) 346-8880
Fax: (647) 346-8881
Worked in Citizenship and Immigration Canada and Employment and Skill Development Canada as a policy analyst and has become familiar and keen to the relevant laws, regulations and the legal trends in term of immigration and employment, as well as the operational procedures within the federal government.
Articling with Philip MacAdam, a senior lawyer who has practised for over 30 years, and was greatly exposed to the fields of real estates, will and estates and personal injuries.
Summer student at the Law Commission of Ontario, participating the project “Capacity and Legal Representation for the Federal RDSP” assigned by the Ontario Government, becoming familiarized with the legal reform in Ontario.
Research assistant at the University of Ottawa, conducted a variety of human rights research projects, for instance, equal rights for immigrants, women, and LGBTs.
In-house counsel in China Mobile Telecommunications Corporation, a 500 top enterprise in world; associate in Dacheng Law Offices (Nanning), a 100 top law office in China. Practised mainly in corporate laws, labour laws, and commercial real estate.
Real Estate Transactions
You need a lawyer when buying or selling a property in Ontario. It is wise to consult a lawyer before purchasing or selling, so that your lawyer can review the contract with you and explain it to you. Once you have purchased the property, your lawyer ensures that you will be getting good title to the property, which means that you own the property without anyone else having a claim on it.
My services include:
- Drafting/reviewing the agreement of purchase and sale
- Purchase and sale of residential and commercial properties
- Purchase and sale of commercial properties
- Mortgage and refinancing of residential and commercial properties
- Residential and commercial leasing
- Land division and severance applications
Doing business in Canada is different from doing business in China. Without better understanding the relevant legislation and regulations in Canada, it would harm your business in future. A business lawyer can provide sound legal advice on business model option, your daily business operations and any legal disputes from your business.
I provide the following services:
- Incorporations and partnerships
- Purchase and sale of business
- Debt financing and secured transactions
- Shareholder, partnership, other business agreements
- Corporate by-laws
- Directors’ and shareholders’ resolutions
- Commercial leasing
- Certificates, notices, confirmations and other documents
- Charitable and not-for-profit corporations
Canada attracts thousands of immigrants every year and she is enriched by the open immigration and refugee protection policies. A professional immigration lawyer has thorough understanding of immigration laws and regulations that are regularly being reviewed. He can help you to assess your individual situation and provide sound legal advice on which program is most feasible for you, as well as challenge the decisions rendered by visa officials.
I facilitate the following immigration applications:
- Visas and Permits
- Judicial Review on decisions
- Immigration Applications
– Family & Spousal Sponsorship Application
– Canada Experience Class
– Provincial Nominee Program
– Federal Skilled Workers
– P.R. Card Renewal
– Provide referrals for the Investor Immigration and Business Immigration
Will and Estates
No matter the value of your assets, it is important to have them in order well before you die. A Will allows you to design how your assets can be distributed in a manner which is ideal for you. In particular, you can provide for the welfare of your family and ensure the efficient management of your property by a trusted person, designated by you. Without a Will, these very important decisions will be made by the government in Ontario. The process may be very lengthy and the results may not reflect your wishes. So it is important to have an updated and well-organized Will.
I provide the following services:
- Wills drafting
- Powers of Attorney for Property
- Powers of Attorney for Personal Care
- Living wills
- Administering an Estate
- Getting a Certificate of Appointment with/without a Will
- Passing of accounts
- Estate litigation
Notary Public and Commissioner of Oaths Service
I am appointed as a Notary Public by the Ministry of the Attorney General, Ontario, who witnesses oaths, signs affidavits, and certifies documents to be true copies of the original.
The following is a list of types of documents I can notarize or commission for you:
- Affidavits statutory declarations, including declaration of lost or stolen passport; name change, marital status/common-law union declaration, custodianship declarations
- Consent letter for children travelling abroad
- Invitation letters
- Certification of copies, including Birth certificate, Marriage certificates, Identity documents, Diplomas, and university/college transcripts
Telephone: (647) 346-8880 ext. 105
Fax: (647) 346-8881
250 Consumers Rd., Suite 1116
North York, ON, M2J 4V6
MON – FRI 9:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Weekends by appointment only
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