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Under normal common-law principles, she has provided you a gift and you have accepted it, which transfers the property to you unconditionally. You also made a gratuitous promise that you might attempt to repay her. That promise has no legal effect as a contract, both because the promise is so uncertain as to be unenforceable, and because it is not supported ...


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The emails both are and are not hearsay If the landlord seeks to use them as evidence that you did the things stated in the emails, that’s hearsay. However, if he seeks to use them as evidence that he received complaints about you, that’s not hearsay. Notwithstanding, this is no doubt a hearing in a tenancy tribunal or small-claims court - strict rules of ...


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I. What Must Anna Prove? A. The Elements Of Trespass To Land Under Canadian Law The relevant cause of action is trespass to land. Canada has removed the requirement that the trespass be intentional and allows a trespass action even in the case of mere negligence: For success in a trespass claim, the act of trespass must be voluntary – but it need not be ...


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The question of how to prove something isn't really a legal question, but there are implicit legal questions about proof here. The starting point is the assertion that "Bob frequently uses it as his guests' parking lot": how do you know? For example "Anna sees cars parking in unreserved slots every day, between 6:00pm and 10:pm, and the ...


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Under the act, "child" means a person who is under 19 years of age (ignoring a complication about child support). The law covers households, not genetic relations, so the fact that Rita is Aaron's mother doesn't make the FLA applicable. This page explains protective orders in the context of this law. First, such orders are against "family ...


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is this enforceable? Yes. There is nothing wrong with that clause. The contract even contains the redundant terms of 5(c). It is unclear why you think the clause might be unenforceable. I'm assuming you already read the Employment Standards Act that is mentioned in the clause. can the same contract require the employee to give at least 2 weeks notice or is ...


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the final objective is to recover money The approach would be very different for the past and the future. The past To recover money for what has already happened, Anna needs to prove not only the fact of Bob unlawfully occupying the parking lot, but to quantify the actually incurred losses/damages. These would stem from her inability to use the lot when Bob ...


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what other layperson-friendly laws might provide relief? Aaron may petition for a recognizance or peace bond pursuant to section 264(2)(b) of the Criminal Code of Canada. See also section 810. Rita's disruptions or impediments of Aaron's autonomy seem actionable. However, identifying the legal theories under which Aaron may viably proceed against Rita ...


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