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November 2022
Consultation On Lowering The Criminal Rate Of Interest – An Attempt To Combat The Exorbitant Loansharking
Per Section 347 of the Criminal Code of Canada, a person who makes any agreement or arrangement to receive interest at a criminal rate or receives interest at a rate of more than 60% is said to have committed a criminal offence. Any individual convicted by indictment under 347 of the Code may face imprisonment...
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What Kind of Evidence is Crucial when Requesting Parenting Time?
Going through a separation or divorce can be a stressful ordeal in one’s life. Undoubtedly, children are the most significant concern for couples after a divorce or separation, as most couples do not ponder over the issue of parenting ahead of time in the disarray of divorce. Parents often disagree when it comes to parenting...
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Done with Execution of your Estate Planning? Now Whom to Inform About Your Estate Plan?
Estate Planning has always been effective in sorting out the disputes of transfer and distribution of assets. The major goal of an estate plan is to make sure that the beneficiaries and heirs receive assets and finances with maximum tax exemptions. Many people are under the impression that estate planning ends with the execution of...
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Your Handy Guide To Understanding Conditional And Absolute Discharges
If you are found guilty of a crime, there are a few different ways to avoid a prison sentence in Canada. Two of the most common alternatives to a prison sentence for less severe offences are a Conditional Discharge and an Absolute Discharge. A “discharge” is also a finding of guilt without a conviction. Since...
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