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7 10, 2013

Freemen in the Courts

By |2019-10-26T14:40:48+00:00October 7th, 2013|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Freemen in the Courts

““You should get out of town”, the man said. And so began the journey that resulted in my path intersecting with Matthew Duncan's path. And thence to these reasons, with a slight detour through territory that might have confused Lewis Carroll”. Thus begins Judge Fergus O'Donnell of the Ontario Court of Justice in his [...]

22 04, 2013

Joint Tenant vs. Tenant in Common: What You Should Know

By |2016-01-05T23:12:43+00:00April 22nd, 2013|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Joint Tenant vs. Tenant in Common: What You Should Know

Joint Tenant vs. Tenant in common. Under Alberta Law what do they mean? These things seem so similar but can be very different from a legal perspective. When you buy a home (house, condo, bare land, etc) your lawyer should ask you, if you are buying with another person or people, if you prefer to [...]

2 04, 2013

Text Messages & Privacy: How the Supreme Court of Canada Ruled

By |2016-01-05T23:12:43+00:00April 2nd, 2013|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Text Messages & Privacy: How the Supreme Court of Canada Ruled

Text messages and how they are treated in the eyes of the law. Do you want to know how your privacy is looked at under the law in Canada? Know your rights! The Supreme Court of Canada was asked to decide how this form of communication is looked at in terms of privacy. The Crown [...]

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