What was my grandmother status between 10 and 21

My grandmother's father a status Indian enfranchised her when she was 10. She didn't get her money until she was 21. What is her status from 10 to 21.

Asked 4 months ago in Alderville, Ontario
Categories: Aboriginal Law

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Caryma Sa'd

Answer by Caryma Sa'd

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Hello, thank you for your question. First off, I have to say that unfortunately our firm does not practice aboriginal law and therefor we cannot legitimately answer your question. However the good news is there are many lawyers practicing aboriginal law in the Toronto area. The link below provides an example of such a firm:
I hope this link is useful to you and please do let us know if we can ever be of service in a criminal or landlord/tenant issue. Here is our contact information:

222 Spadina Ave, Suite 276
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All the best to you in your search for answers,

Caryma Sa'd

Posted 4 months ago

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