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Can a deceased person commit a strict liability offence?

Yes Of course, liability for parking offences attaches to the owner of the vehicle, not the driver, but in the context of your question that’s a distinction without a difference. The offence is ...
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Can a deceased person commit a strict liability offence?

The following treat criminal and quasi-criminal/regulatory offences under the law against the government's public interest. Civil liabilities (e.g. negligence) follow different rules and the law ...
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If a worker quit his old job because a recruiter at a new job contacted him with an appealing offer, can he still be fired without cause in probation?

Pre-contract negotiations are not relevant The employee agreed to a probation period? Then there’s a probation period. The only cause of action would be if the new employer always intended to fire the ...
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Is it legal for employer to make getting paid for work contingent on completion of certain tasks?

TD1 is an Obligation under tax law Tax law requires employers to provide quite some information to the tax authorities. By law, the company has to have at least SIN and TD1. Without having the proper ...
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Legality of randomized price for product

Might be a cash back offer, might be an (il)legal sweepstakes From the description, it tends more towards the latter than the former due to the random nature of the “prize”. Whether a sweepstakes is ...
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Why do English Canada common law schools require undergraduate degrees, but not Québec civil law schools?

What are you talking about? The diplôme d'études collégiales (DEC) is an undergraduate degree.
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After rejecting CCTS's Investigation Findings, which's your next action against a telecommunications service provider?

Customers would sue the service provider in Small Claims Court. CCTS is a non-governmental mediator, not an administrative tribunal.
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