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An Introduction to Negligence and the Duty of Care

30th December 2011
The twin ideas of negligence and a duty of care, and their legal definitions, are inextricably linked and both fall within the area of law known as tort law. This article aims to give a brief introduction to this area of law without delving too deep into ... Read >
Author: StuMitchellmw

Canada Study Permit-- International Students In Canada

18th October 2011
What is a Canada study permit? A Canada study permit allows international students to study in Canada under a variety of programs, including English and French language classes, post-secondary degree programs, and professional programs, amongst others. ... Read >
Author: fwcanada

Criminal Law: A Crucial Evaluation of Murder

09th October 2011
Introduction Murder isn't provided for in any statute in England or Wales, with its definition emanating from case law. The definition of murder will be counteracted into 2 components, mens rea and actus reus. This transient article can target these two ... Read >
Author: Amie Erickson

What is a conditional or absolute discharge in Canadian criminal law?

15th November 2010
When individuals are charged with certain offences like domestic assault, theft, or even drug possession, conditional and absolute discharges are offered by the Crown Attorney as an appropriate sentence for the offence often followed by probationary per... Read >
Author: T.O. Criminal Lawyer

Know How Canadian Pardons can Get You Rid of Your Unjust Criminal Records

04th June 2010
In Macbeth, William Shakespeare rightly says, "This even-handed justice commends the ingredients of our poisoned chalice to our own lips". This quote is very much true about crime and consequence in the real life. Crimes are surely followed by bitter cons... Read >
Author: dgdfg
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