Tag Archives: Provincial Offences Defence
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Paralegal Reena Basser, B.A., M.A., is a professor at Humber and Seneca colleges, in their legal programs. She reviews a book written by “Mr. Loophole,” with courtroom strategies that are particularly relevant for Provincial Offences work. One happy summer, we had guests from Manchester, England, for one week. One of the guests was a […]
Ben Hogan is a paralegal in Burlington, whose practice is focused on Provincial Offences defence. He explains why he looks up paralegals before taking, or offering, sub-contract work — and why he wants them to do the same. Why do I look you up on the LSUC’s Directory? Because you better look me up on […]
Surplusage — Not necessary. The term is relevant in Provincial Offences Act cases. Whether a piece of information is necessary or “surplusage” helps to determine whether a certificate or notice is “complete and regular on its face.” In the leading omnibus case of Koshael, Justice Libman held that both proof of service and the correct […]
Provincial Offences get the CPD On-time treatment in July, with a mid-day Continuing Professional Development course. “Strictly Provincial” is slated to run Saturday, July 20, from 10 am to 2 pm, at the North York Central Library (second floor). The course will be accredited, with the CPD Requirement Hours to be announced later. It will […]