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Cappel, Bruce D.

Cappel, Bruce D. - Toronto, ON

25 Sheppard Avenue WestSuite 1100Toronto, ON M2N 6S6, Canada

Updated: 08/01/2016

Toronto Creditors’ Rights Law Lawyer

Overview

Bruce's practice is focused on Creditors' Rights. He is the managing partner of the firm's Creditors' Rights department, and acts for financial institutions, leasing and financing companies, trade creditors and any other creditors in the recovery and enforcement of debts. He has extensive experience in pursuing legal remedies in relation to both unsecured and secured debts, including dealing with mortgage enforcement and personal property security enforcement.

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