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UWLS101Frances ChapmanFall

LS101 Lecture Notes - Contract, Oral Contract, Subornation Of Perjury

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16 Oct 2011
60
Protect our property, prevent fraud, and ensure that people live up to the deals they make. Individuals should be given a freedom of choice: but they m
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UWLS101Frances ChapmanFall

LS101 Lecture Notes - Plain Meaning Rule, Ultra Vires, Headnote

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24 Feb 2013
63
Headnote: summary of the facts, the issues, and the decision regarding case. Citation of case: formal way case is written down, ex. Parties to a civil
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UWLS101Frances ChapmanSummer

LS101 Lecture Notes - Canada Evidence Act, Narcotic Control Act, Indictable Offence

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16 Sep 2013
25
Mens rea: requirement that a guilty mind accompany the act that constitutes a crime. Intent to do the act knowing the consequences or proceeded with re
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UWLS101Frances ChapmanFall

LS101 Lecture Notes - Radical Change, Fine Print, Condition Precedent

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24 Feb 2013
30
Choice if you want to enter into contract with obligations. Protect property, prevent fraud, and ensure people live up to deals that they make. Individ
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UWLS101Frances ChapmanFall

LS101 Lecture Notes - Public Nuisance, Replevin, Vicarious Liability

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24 Feb 2013
47
Develops through the case law, some statue based on. Greatest number of torts today = car accidents. Intentional tort: within distinct categories of wr
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UWLS101Frances ChapmanFall

LS101 Lecture Notes - Black Letter Law, Parliamentary Sovereignty, Crown Attorney

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24 Feb 2013
14
Civil law: types of law that deal with non-criminal matters such as contract laws, tort, property. Disputes can arise between individuals, between indi
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UWLS101Frances ChapmanFall

LS101 Lecture Notes - Aboriginal Peoples In Canada

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24 Feb 2013
19
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UWLS101Frances ChapmanFall

LS101 Lecture Notes - Declaratory Judgment, Certiorari, Mandamus

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24 Feb 2013
26
Definition: body of rules and principles which governs the exercise the powers granted by statue. Any individual or body exercising a power granted by
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UWLS101Frances ChapmanFall

LS101 Lecture Notes - Civil Marriage Act, Engagement Ring, Alcoholism

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24 Feb 2013
23
In 2006 canadian consensus: composed of a married couple or two persons living common aw, with or without children, or a lone parent living with at lea
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UWLS101Frances ChapmanFall

LS101 Lecture Notes - Kingston Penitentiary, Corporal Punishment, Solitary Confinement

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16 Sep 2013
16
**up to 1949, the major court of appeal was the privy court in. England so cases had to be taken there. History of punishment: extremely brutal punishm
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UWLS101Frances ChapmanSummer

LS101 Lecture Notes - Habeas Corpus, Declaratory Judgment, Mandamus

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16 Sep 2013
19
Assists with the backlog of the civil system (the court: situation taken out of the victim"s hands (usually criminal vs. the. Alternative dispute resol
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UWLS101Frances ChapmanSummer

LS101 Lecture Notes - Herbert Annesley Packer, Individual And Group Rights, Hector

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16 Sep 2013
19
Herbert packer, a sociologist, developed the crime control model and the due process model as a means to understand the justice system. (course notes)
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