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Key Dates

January 31, 2022
Real estate and civil litigation transaction levy filings and payment (if any) are due for the quarter ended December 31, 2021.

February 4, 2022
Last date to qualify for a $50 early payment discount on the 2022 policy premium (see the 2022 Program Guide for details).

April 30, 2022
Real estate and civil litigation transaction levy filings and payment (if any) are due for the quarter ending March 31, 2022.

April 30, 2022
Annual exemption forms are due from lawyers not practising civil litigation and/or real estate in 2022 and wanting to exempt themselves from quarterly filings.

July 31, 2022
Real estate and civil litigation transaction levy filings and payment (if any) are due for the quarter ending June 30, 2022.

September 15, 2022
File your LAWPRO Risk Management Credit Declaration by this date at lawpro.ca to qualify for the $50 premium discount on your 2023 insurance premium for each LAWPRO-approved CPD program (to a maximum of $100) completed by September 15, 2022.

On or about October 1, 2022
2023 Insurance Renewal Application filing begins: The online filing of Professional Liability Insurance renewal applications for 2023 is expected to begin. If you wish to file a paper application instead of filing online, please note that paper renewal applications will not be automatically mailed out, but it is expected that you will be able to download a 2023 pre-populated paper renewal application from our website starting on or about October 1, 2022.

October 31, 2022
Real estate and civil litigation transaction levy filings and payment (if any) are due for the quarter ending September 30, 2022.

November 8, 2021

Renewal application filing deadline: 2023 Professional Liability Insurance renewal applications received by LAWPRO (online or otherwise) after this date and up to December 1, 2022 will have an additional premium of $350 applied to the 2023 insurance premiums (subject to Program approval by Convocation). Lawyers who do not file by December 1, 2022 will pay an additional premium of $600 and a default policy will be issued on their behalf.


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