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Pay your 2017 premiums on or before February 7, 2017 and save $50 per lawyer (some conditions apply)
You can choose to pay your 2017 premium for your professional liability insurance in a lump sum, or by quarterly or monthly instalments. But only lump sum payments, made by cheque or pre-authorized bank account withdrawal, qualify you for the $50 per lawyer early payment discount.

To benefit from the early payment discount ($54 per insured lawyer from the invoiced amount – $50 for the discount and $4 for PST), you must pay the premium indicated on your invoice in full by cheque, dated and received by LAWPRO on or before February 7, 2017. Please note that paying in a lump sum by credit card does NOT qualify for the early payment discount. Read more.

Have questions about the new Rule 48?
Our Rule 48 Transition Toolkit and Frequently Asked Questions can help you manage the change. Read more.

Recently called to the Bar?
Congratulations! As a lawyer recently Called to the Ontario Bar for the first time, you need to advise LAWPRO of your current practising status. After your Call, you will receive a welcome package in the mail from LAWPRO with instructions on completing your filing online at www.lawpro.ca. Read more.

 

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January 31, 2017
Real estate and civil litigation transaction levies and forms are due for the quarter ended December 31, 2016.

February 7, 2017
Lump sum payment of 2017 premium by cheque or pre-authorized bank account withdrawal received on or before this date are eligible for a $50 (per lawyer) early payment discount on the 2017 policy premium (see pg 13 of the 2017 Program Guide for details).


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