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It is not legally reaching into a person's property if you post a sign on your property that can be seem from the person's property. If the fence is physically on / over your friend's property, the fence is encroaching and would be removable by legal means: a sign on the fence would encroach just as much as the fence does. Your friend can legally construct a ...


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The bike was signed over to A, which constitutes a sale. So A owns the bike. He can sell his bike as he sees fit. Further, A should have responded to all tickets with identifying B as the driver.


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There is no regulation about whether a proposed bylaw get a first reading or not except that petitions for a bylaw must get first reading. Petitions for Vote of the Electors - New Bylaws Petition for bylaw 232(1) Electors may petition for (a) a new bylaw, or (b) a bylaw to amend or repeal a bylaw or resolution on any matter within the jurisdiction of the ...


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Generally speaking, I think the answer is no. As my answer will explain, the acts of sale and delivery require a licence, but Prohibition prevents licences from working in the "holdouts." Introduction Liquor in Alberta is governed by the Gaming, Liquor and Cannabis Act (GLCA), whose liquor part starts with this general statement in ยงย 50: No person ...


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According to the Municipal Government Act (R.S.A., 2000, M-26), ss. 62-69 discuss revision of bylaws: s. 69 allows you to consolidate your by-laws, which I believe is what you are proposing. Doing a search for consolidation by-laws didn't show anything though, which is not surprising considering that it doesn't affect any current by-laws. You may want to ...


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Why would you want to do this? Your collection of by-laws is a living document - just because one has been repealed doesn't mean that it is no longer relevant. For example, if someone were to take legal action, the outcome of which depends on if a particular repealed by-law was in force at the relevant time or not, then when (and possibly why) it came in and ...


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It probably ceased to be proper to use your BC plate no later than the time at which you got the Alberta plate. The Alberta registration supersedes the BC registration. It may have been improper earlier than that, but since nothing has happened so far, it is moot point.


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Applicable Laws For most purposes, the federal criminal code applies In Canada, the criminal code is national rather than adopted province by province, although provinces and municipalities have some authority to sanction conduct in some way or another outside the criminal code, such as the Wildlife Act and regulations under it. Zoning laws Also, municipal ...


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There is only one way to construe the definition of "panhandling" to include giving to panhandlers: "panhandling" means the ... exchange of money, food, or goods ... Which is absolutely absurd - every transaction in Alberta would be considered panhandling. The other way of interpreting that part is: "panhandling" means the ......


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It would depend on the exact extent of the reference. A phrase like "WHEREAS Bylaw 1638 provides authority for X" only provides political context, and it does not change what the law says. The stuff after the bit that says "NOW, THEREFORE, THE COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE OF HUZIWHATSIS ENACTS AS FOLLOWS" is the enforceable stuff. Wording like "whoever shall be ...


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One would have to look at the repealed bylaw and the nature of the cross-reference in the referring document, and then evaluate them using common sense to see if this has an effect on the validity of the referring document. If the bylaw was referenced, for example, to define a word, the repealed bylaw might still be relevant to interpreting the meaning of ...


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