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Rana Muasher - Licensed Paralegal & Notary Public

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Rana Muasher is a Licensed Paralegal in good standing with the Law Society of Ontario.

Rana obtained her post-graduate paralegal certificate from Humber College. She also holds a bachelor’s degree in Sociology (emphasis in Gender & Families, Social Theory, and Women's Studies) as well as an Honors bachelor’s degree in Law & Society from York University.

Rana has always been passionate about academia. She was a student scholar and was named on the Dean's Honor Roll List.

Rana is incredibly hard-working and focused, motivated and ambitious, meticulous, fierce, and has great attention to detail. Rana strives to exceed client expectations and works rigorously to obtain access to justice for the public.

Rana is a passionate advocate with a high success rate when acting on behalf of her clients.

Rana served the security industry within Ontario for over a decade; having worked on accounts such as Canada Border Service Agency (CBSA) Immigration Holding Centre, Toronto Community Housing Corporation (TCHC), and Cadillac-Fairview Corporation, respectively.

Apart from academia, Rana is a fine artist who has been undergoing professional training at the Academy of Realist Art (ARA) in Toronto since 2016, learning classical drawing and painting skills based on 19th-century French ateliers. Rana has also been selling her contemporary abstract paintings for over a decade to collectors around the world.

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Main Practice Areas

Small Claims Court

The Ontario Small Claims Court has a

monetary jurisdiction of $35,000 or less.

Criminal Law: Summary Conviction Offences

Summary Conviction Offences carry a maximum fine punishment consisting of $5,000 or imprisonment of not more than six months, or both.

  • Charges, counts, under the Criminal Code of Canada
  • Fingerprinting
  • Disclosure
  • Pre-trial releases, Bail Hearings
  • Court Appearances, Pre-trial conferences with the crown
  • Proceedings, Trials, Motions

Provincial Offences

  • Municipal Bylaws
  • Violations under the:

Highway Traffic Act (HTA):

  • Fines, Demerit Points, License Suspension
  • Trials, Appeals, Re-openings

Provincial Offenses Act (POA):

  • Parking Infractions
  • Trials, Pleas, Motions, Sentencing, Penalties,


  • Young Persons
  • Charter motions
  • Searches
  • Arrests (with our without a warrant)

  • Initiating a statement of claim & commencement of proceedings: as a plaintiff, a shareholder, a corporation, a partnership, or a sole proprietorship
  • Filing and issuing a claim
  • Serving a claim: Service on: an individual (place of residence), a corporation (place of business), a partnership, a sole proprietorship, a municipal corporation
  • Proof of service (mail, courier, fax)
  • Acceptance of service
  • Joinder of parties / joinder of claims
  • Damages: general, nominal, compensatory, special, aggravated, punitive, liquidated
  • Post and pre-judgment interest
  • Parties under a disability (minor, mentally incapable, absentee)
  • Litigation guardians
  • Limitations Act, 2002 (2 year from the cause of action)
  • Pleadings: Plaintiff’s claim & Defendant’s claim: issuance and service
  • Responding to a claim, Filing a defense (defendant)
  • Default proceedings: default judgement / noting in default / setting aside a default judgement
  • Assessment of Damages
  • Discontinuance of claim
  • Motions, Settlement Conferences, Trials
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Small Claims Court

Summary Conviction Offences

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(416) 704-6199