|Bailiff Services Offered In Aurora Ontario
Aurora Ontario, Bailiff Services are offered by a Bailiff for ; Bailiff Evictions(Lockouts)& Distress of Commercial Tenants, Auto (vehicles) & Equipment Bailiff Repossessions, Mechanics Liens - Ontario RSLA Bailiff Enforcement and Vehicle Ownerships, have been approved by the Registrar of Bailiffs in Ontario Canada. The coverage areas included in the consent; that the Bailiff and the Assistant Bailiff for the Bailiff, can work in the Aurora in York County Ontario.
Aurora (2006 Population 47,629) is an affluent Canadian town in York Region, approximately 40 km north of Toronto. It is situated on the Oak Ridges Moraine in a part of the Golden Horseshoe of Southern Ontario. Many Aurora residents commute to Toronto, and the town is part of the Greater Toronto Area. In the Canada 2006 Census, the national rank of population of Aurora rose above 100th for the first time, reaching 97th in Canada's list of largest municipalities in terms of population, compared to 113th in the 2001 Census. Lieutenant-Governor John Graves Simcoe gave the order for Yonge Street to be extended to Holland Landing in 1793, the way was paved for the establishment of a community where Aurora now stands. In 1804, Richard Machell became the first merchant at the cross roads of Yonge and Wellington and the hamlet soon became known as Machell's Corners. Charles Doan was another early businessman at Machell's Corners and became the first postmaster and later the first reeve. As postmaster, he was influential in renaming the village Aurora. With the coming of the railway in 1853, Aurora emerged as an important centre north of Toronto. The Fleury plow works was established soon after and Aurora was on its way to becoming a flourishing industrial town. The population of Aurora in 1863 was 700, and by 1888 it had grown to become a town of 2,107 residents. With some ups and downs in growth over the years, Aurora is now a flourishing town with a strong commercial and industrial base. Worthy of note is the fact that Aurora was the childhood home of Lester B. Pearson, Prime Minister of Canada from 1963-1968, when his father, Rev. Edwin Pearson, was the Methodist minister.
AVAILABLE in Aurora - Ontario Bailiffs are Provincial Appointed Bailiff Firms, that Act Professional and Responsible for you. We provide services that help you communicate effectively with these Ontario Bailiffs. We take our profession very seriously; the benefit to you is that with our dedication; integrity and being 'Accessible 24 x 7' will mean that you the client will have our full time focus and attention.
We ONLY work with Ministry Appointed & Licensed - Bonded Bailiffs & their Assistant Bailiff, who have built a reputation for knowledge and good service based on their expertise in the Commercial Tenancies Act ; Municipal Tax Enforcement, Repair & Storage Liens Act, Personal Property Security Act and Process Serving . We can also provide Certified 'Accredited Personal Property Appraisals', available at any time, along with Full Time Professionals that can help you at a moment's notice.
If you are a Ontario Business Owner; Commercial Landlord, Commercial Property Management Company or Repair Garage in Ontario. Call us NOW!
Along with; Body Repair Shops, Tire Repair Shops, Vehicle Leasing Companies, Equipment Leasing or Finance Companies, Credit Unions and Banks with slow or troubled accounts receivable, we can help. Call us NOW!
When a customer signs a work order for work done and they don't pay the bill, what do you do? Take them to small claims court and spend hundreds to thousands of dollars to recover the original amount owed to you? NOT LIKELY, You will write it off the bad debt, chalk it up to as the cost of doing business, and go back to work.
* Ontario Landlords have options under the Commercial Tenancies Act that allows them to hire a Bailiff to enforce their rights with out spend little money or most of the time, no money at all.
* Under Ontario law; Repair Storage Liens Act (RSLA) and the Personal Property Security Act (PPSA) you have the right to your money or the collateral, without having to go through the court process.
For free information and help with asset location and repossessions, call a Professional and Experienced Ontario Bailiff.