This post summarizes a recent case in which a person on trial for first degree murder successfully applied for an order directing the government to fund counsel
Tezcan v. Tezcan |
1992 CarswellBC 1 |
British Columbia Court of Appeal
[The defendant], on the other hand, is a devious man and an unbelievable witness who will do or say anything to advance his position.
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Summary of recent Alberta case in which claim was made that a lawyer needed to take instruction from both the husband and wife to complete a transaction.
Recent appeal case finds that former employee did not fail to mitigate damages by rejecting offers of re-employment when trust and confidence was eroded.
Recent decision on what constitutes a marriage-like relationship, thus making property division and spousal support issues.
R. v. Campbell |
1972 CarswellAlta 125 |
Alberta District Court
The Supreme Court of Canada has instructed that, "[t]he primary interpretive principle is that when the language of the policy is unambiguous, the court should give effect to clear language, reading the contract as a whole.
This post describes the procedures a person seeking access to records under freedom of information laws must follow in each jurisdiction in Canada.
Interesting case from Newfoundland in which the defendant claims infringement of his fair trial rights because courthouse was named after personal plaintiff.
R. c. McRae |
2013 CarswellQue 11604 |
Supreme Court of Canada