Legal Word of the Day: “Putative”

Justicia

Justicia

Putative — Believed or accepted to be true; apparently valid.

Related Cases:

Two wives, one pension:
Nash v. Canada (Attorney General), 2013 FC 683 (CanLII)

R. v. Mossavat, 1995 CanLII 223 (ON CA)

Decision No. 898/10, 2012 ONWSIAT 372 (CanLII)

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