201502.06
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Limitation Periods and Demand Loans

Holders of promissory notes that are payable on demand should review the terms of those notes.  On December 22, 2014 the Appeal Court of British Columbia decided that the limitation period on a lender’s right to sue on a promissory note made prior to the June 01, 2013 that is payable on demand begins to…

201501.29
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NSBS cannot deny TWU accreditation

The Nova Scotia Supreme Court has released the decision of Justice Campbell in the Trinity Western University law school accreditation dispute. The Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society does not have the authority to impose conditions on TWU’s policy on student conduct. “The NSBS can only legally do what it has been given the power to do…

201412.12
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HIV disclosure & cell phone searches

Two interesting decisions from the Supreme Court of Canada.  In R. v. Wilcox the court unanimously agreed with the majority of the Quebec Court of Appeal in deciding that failure to disclose your HIV-positive status can lead to a conviction for aggravated sexual assault. And in R. v. Fearon`, four of the seven member court decided that evidence…

201411.14
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A New Legal Duty

The Supreme Court of Canada recognizes a new common law duty – a general duty of honesty in contractual performance. http://lnkd.in/bu-trdZ Imagine that – parties to a contract must act honestly in performance of that contract!

201411.13
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We’re Live!

We’re happy to launch our newly designed website (www.bajpai.ca).  Thank you Terminal City Media for helping us modernize!  Stay tuned for more news…