How can i sue a bank in Canada?
You can sue a bank in Canada either in small claims court for amounts less than $25,000 or in superior court for claims over $25,000. You can file your claim at any court location. Keep in mind that you should have proof to substantiate your claim.
There are 21 banks: Bank of Montreal Bank of Nova Scotia Bank West Bridgewater Bank Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce Canadian Tire Bank Canadian Western Bank Citizens Bank of Canada (the bank has become a 'non-deposit taking bank' and therefore no longer offers savings and loans products.) CS Alterna Bank DirectCash Bank Dundee Bank of Canada First Nations Bank of Canada General Bank of Canada Jameson Bank Laurentian Bank of Canada Manulife Bank of Canada…
B2B Bank, Bank of Montreal, Canadian Western Bank, and the Royal Bank of Canada are some examples of domestic banks. Canada also has the Bank of America Canada, Bank of China, Citibank Canada, and HSBC Bank Canada that serve as subsidiaries of foreign banks. There are also foreign banks with branches in Canada such as Capital One Bank, Bank of New York Mellon, and the First Commercial Bank.
Yes. If the bank does something that is not correct you can always sue the bank. For ex: if a bank charges you a fee for not maintaining your minimum balance even though you have sufficient balance in your account, you can raise a complaint with the bank to reverse the fee. If they fail to do so, you can sue them legally because what they did was wrong and you had enough balance in…
Bank of Canada is Canada's Central Bank. It was opened in the year 1935 and was established to "Promote the economic and financial well-being of Canada". The bank has its headquarters in Ottawa, Canada and is the only entity in Canada that is authorized to print and distribute the Canadian currency.
Manulife bank is predominantly located in Waterloo, Toronto Canada. There are three Manulife Bank of Canada financial institutions. They are, Manulife Bank of Canada (sc=mcbtca2w), Manulife Asset Management Limited ( sc=mamgcatt ) and Manulife financial corporation (sc=mfctcatt). All are considered to be officially Manulife Bank of Canada.