The NOL can be served as soon as the harm has been done. The harm is done once your right have been violated. For example, if you were asked to complete the attestation, if you were told you could not enter a business without showing your vaxx passport or if you were forced to do a PCR test.
The NOL is designed to be self-serving so a lawyer is not needed, and you would be challenged to find a lawyer who would support you. You could seek legal council to represent you in court, however, all the supporting evidence you need is in the NOL.
No. The recipient of the NOL must be of legal age as they will need to be able to represent themselves in court.
You can deliver the NOL + affidavit via email, registered mail or in person.
Yes you can serve an NOL if you are unionized. As you cannot seek legal council when in a union, this is the only legal recourse you can take outside of the union.
YES! You can file an NOL if you file a grievance. You must do it through self-representation as you cannot seek legal council if you are in a union.
No. Once you take legal action against someone you cannot start a second legal action. Due to the costs and duration of a lawsuit we are recommending the NOL as the remedy as it is a much quicker process and is very inexpensive.
If you do not get the affidavit notarized/commissioned it will not legally binding. Our recommendation is to have the affidavit notarized or commissioned.
If the person who was to rectify hasn't contacted you to let you know the matter has been resolved, then proceed as it has not been resolved. The onus is on the recipient to notify you. PLEASE INCLUDE A WAY FOR THEM TO CONTACT YOU!
Serve the NOL directly the person causing the harm, the individual who is telling you can't enter a business, the person who is coercing you into disclosing your personal information or who has asked you not to return to work. You want to go as low in the food chain as possible as we want the biggest impact. Corporate entities, institutions or businesses may have protection from their legal team and/or the government.
After the rectification has expired (the timing specified in the NOL) and there has been no remedy, then you can serve the FINAL invoice. Use the template on the drive.
No. The NOL is NOT designed to prevent a dismissal. It is NOT an immediate solution. It IS designed to seek remedy when harm has been done. Harm is done once your rights have been violated. However, you can still be fired, or expelled from school, denied entry, etc.
This depends on a few factors; the duration noted in the rectification period and how fast the invoice is served and court case filed. If you use the 7-day duration included in the template the entire process would be completed just over 2 years (including going through the courts).
Once you have served the final invoice you can begin the collection process.
You can do the collections yourself or you can hire a collection agency to do it on your behalf. They will charge a percentage of the fee you are claiming on the NOL.