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When Is An Adverse Inverse Taken? The principle of 'adverse inference' is relatively simple arising where a party fails to testify, or fails to lead...Learn More
In civil litigation, meaning a lawsuit, the Plaintiff must prove that the allegations are true on a balance of probabilities as opposed to the beyond a...Learn More
Corporate Veil Unveiled For Proper Understanding of Limited Liability Protection By: Scott McEachern Firstly, let me start this article with a...Learn More
When a family member is injured, there are often indirect consequences to other immediate family members living within the household such as the need to 'pick...Learn More
What Is the Law That Allows a Person to Sue Only Once For the Same Issue? The Legal Principle of Res Judicata Which Is Latin For 'Things...Learn More
Limitation periods are time limits that restrict when legal proceedings may be commenced. In Ontario, generally, with some specific exceptions, the...Learn More
The law despises waste and the doctrine of mitigation, being the duty to mitigate, is the mechanism that imposes an obligation upon a harmed party to take...Learn More