As is the case with the seasons and most other things, change is inevitable. Here at Carswell Legal Solutions, our services are no different – and we’re grateful for that. We’re also thankful that many of the changes start off as recommendations by you, our clients. Of course, we are pleased to have creative and relevant input into features that improve our services, but we’re especially proud of the fact that it shows communication channels between you, our clients, and ourselves remain well and truly open. And we’re ready to keep on listening!
Our latest batch of Due Diligence changes are designed to deliver further advancements, with a view to making some of your key process even easier. The largest impact will come in the shape of our new customizable PDF merge feature, Smart Merge.
Smart Merge provides you with the ability to arrange your final PDF reports in the order that best works for you and your internal processes. Accessible from the Order Details page, you will be presented with a number of options for changing the order of your reports prior to merging, printing or emailing them. A number of shortcuts are also available should you wish to sort your reports according to their type or jurisdiction. We’re quite excited by this new feature – and hope you’ll find it a useful tool.
Additional features in our latest Due Diligence release include:
• The ability to order litigation searches at the municipal level in Quebec. This search will contain information regarding prosecutions in municipal courts (including under the Criminal Code, the Highway Safety Code, municipal regulations and by-laws), the list of the various procedures that these records contain, their findings and the names of the parties implicated.
• Tax Court of Canada searches, previously only available as a Quebec litigation report search, are now available in jurisdictions outside Quebec as well.
• We have added district information to the locations list for our Ontario Bulk Sales searches, making it easier to determine where the searches are to be conducted.