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YORKADMS 2610Sam LingFall

The Law of Property - Chapter 24 - The Law of Mortgages

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26 Jan 2012
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Nature of mortgages: legal vs. equitable, equity of redemption.  conditions of discharge: transfer title of property to the creditor, found (true form
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YORKADMS 2610Sam LingFall

The Law of Propety - Chapter 23 - Interests in Land

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Lesser interests in land: easements, restrictive covenants, possessory interests, encroachments, fixtures. Restrictive covenant: a means by which an ow
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YORKADMS 2610Sam LingFall

Special Legal Rights and Relationships - Chapter 35 - Environmental Law

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26 Jan 2012
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Part #6 special legal rights and relationships.  concerned environmental groups lacked standing to bring an action: source of pollution.  hard to det
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YORKADMS 2610Sam LingFall

Special Legal Rights and Relationships - Chapter 33 - Restrictive Trade Practices

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26 Jan 2012
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Part #6 special legal rights and relationships. Nature of the legislation: investigation, competition tribunal. Mergers and firms in a dominant positio
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YORKADMS 2610Sam LingFall

The Law of Property - Chapter 27 - Intellectual Property, Patents, Trademarks, Copyright and Franchising

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26 Jan 2012
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Chapter 27 intellectual property, patents, trademarks, copyright and franchising. Trademarks: historical development, trademarks act, registration, enf
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YORKADMS 2610Sam LingFall

Special Legal Rights and Relationships - Chapter 28 - Consumer-Protection Legislation

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YORKADMS 2610Sam LingFall

The Law of Property - Chapter 21 - The Law of Bailment

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25 Jan 2012
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Nature of bailment: bailment, bailor, bailee, sub-bailment, liability. Types of bailment: bailment for reward, bailment for repair or service. Sub-bail
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YORKADMS 2610Sam LingFall

Forms of Business Organization - Chapter 17 - Corporation Law

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25 Jan 2012
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Division of corporate powers: fiduciary duty, director s duties and liabilities. Share: the ownership of a fractional equity interest in a corporation.
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YORKADMS 2610Sam LingFall

The Law of Business Relationships - Chapter 19 - The Employment Relationship

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25 Jan 2012
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Part #4 the law of business relationships. Nature of the relationship: fourfold test, organization test. Duties of the employer: occupational health an
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YORKADMS 2610Sam LingFall

The Law of Property - Chapter 15 - Law of Agency

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25 Jan 2012
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Nature of relationship: agency by express agreement, duties of the parties, agency by conduct, agency by operation of law. Third parties: disclosed age
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YORKADMS 2610Sam LingFall

Forms of Business Organization - Chapter 17 - Corporation Law

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Nature of a corporation: shareholder, director, officer, control, limited liability, separate legal existence. Characteristic: neither an individual no
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YORKADMS 2610Sam LingFall

Forms of Business Organization - Chapter 16 - Law of Sole Proprietorship and Partnership

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25 Jan 2012
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Chapter 16 law of sole proprietorship and partnership. Partnerships sole proprietorship liability: historical development, nature, rights and duties, d
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YORKADMS 2610Sam LingFall

The Law of Torts - Chapter 6 - Special Tort Liabilities of Business Professionals

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25 Jan 2012
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Chapter 6 special tort liabilities of business professionals. Professional client relationship: how it arises. Professional: a person with special skil
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YORKADMS 2610Sam LingFall

The Law of Torts - Chapter - Negligence and Unintentional Torts

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23 Jan 2012
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Concept of tort liability: strict liability, vicarious liability. Negligence: proximate cause, duty of care, foreseeability, res ipsa loquitor. Defense
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YORKADMS 2610Sam LingFall

The Law of Torts - Chapter 4 - Intentional Torts

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23 Jan 2012
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YORKADMS 2610Sam LingFall

The Law of Contract - Chapter 13 - Performance of Contractual Obligations

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23 Jan 2012
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Nature and extent of performance: tender of payment, tender of performance. Implied terms: frustration, condition precedent, operation of law, agreemen
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YORKADMS 2610Sam LingFall

The Law of Contract - Chapter 14 - Breach of Contract and Remedies

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23 Jan 2012
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Chapter 14 breach of contract and remedies. Nature of breach of contract: express repudiation, implied repudiation. Remedies: compensation, damages, mi
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YORKADMS 2610Sam LingFall

The Law of Contract - Chapter 11 - Failure to Create and Enforceable Contract

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23 Jan 2012
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Chapter 11 failure to create and enforceable contract. Mistake: mistake of law, mistake of fact, non est factum, unilateral and mutual mistake. Require
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YORKADMS 2610Sam LingFall

The LAw of Contract - Chapter 12 - The Extent of Contractual Rights

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23 Jan 2012
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Chapter 12 the extent of contractual rights. Privity only parties to a contract have rights under it exceptions: prior interests in land, constructive
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YORKADMS 2610Sam LingFall

The Law of Contract - Chapter 10 - The Requirement of Form, Writing and Writing

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22 Jan 2012
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YORKADMS 2610Sam LingFall

Lecture 2 - The Law of Contract [Chapter 9 - Legal Capacity to Contract and the Requirement of Legality]

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22 Jan 2012
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YORKADMS 2610Sam LingFall

The Law of Contract - Chapter 8 - Requirement of Consideration

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YORKADMS 2610Sam LingFall

Lecture 2 - The Law of Contract [Chapter 7 - An Introduction to the Legal Relationship]

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22 Jan 2012
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YORKADMS 2610Sam LingFall

Elements of Law - Chapter 2 - The Judicial System

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22 Jan 2012
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Part 1 chapter 2 the judicial system. Jurisdiction different courts with different jurisdictions: right or authority of a court to hear a matter, autho
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YORKADMS 2610Sam LingFall

Elements of Law - Chapter 1 - The Law and the Legal System

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22 Jan 2012
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Part 1 chapter 1 the law and the legal system. Customary law: religious laws, community based. Pre-norman england: roman law followed by germanic influ
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YORKADMS 2610Sam LingFall

Elements of Law - Chapter 3 - Administrative Lw

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22 Jan 2012
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Part 1 chapter 3 administrative law. Administrative tribunals: regulatory control, the hearing process. Administrative law: includes laws, rules, decis
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YORKADMS 1000Eytan LasryFall

The Structure of Corporations [Reading] [P2]

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21 Jan 2012
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Corporate ownership and control are divided between two parties stockholders and officers: the stockholders own the firm and officers (or executives) c
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YORKADMS 1000Eytan LasryFall

How Tariffs Affect the Economy [Reading - Mike Moffatt]

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21 Jan 2012
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Three situations in which governments often impose tariffs: to protect fledgling domestic industries from foreign competition, to protect aging and ine
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YORKADMS 1000Eytan LasryFall

The Structure of Corporations [Reading] [P1]

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YORKADMS 1000Eytan LasryFall

Malden Mills [Reading]

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21 Jan 2012
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Aaron feuerstein s grandfather henry founded the malden mills company in 1906, at a time when massachusetts was at the centre of the american textile i
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YORKADMS 1010Yong TroyFall

Week 10 - Confederation Life and RBC [p1]

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20 Jan 2012
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Profile of the financial services industry in canada. The financial services sector is incredibly varied. The financial services sector is a significan
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YORKADMS 1010Yong TroyFall

Week 10 - Confederation Life and RBC

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20 Jan 2012
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After the dot-com bubble burst in the early 21st century, interest rates were kept extremely low to encourage investment. Financial service companies,
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YORKADMS 1010Yong TroyFall

Week 9 - The Canadian Wine Industry [p1]

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20 Jan 2012
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The canadian wine industry, compared to other parts of the world, is relatively new. Early wineries using local grapes were first started in the early
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YORKADMS 1010Yong TroyFall

Week 8 - Natural Resource Industry [p2]

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Production at the oil sands began in 1967. Due to the difficulty of extraction and a declining price for oil, development was slow until the 21st centu
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YORKADMS 1010Yong TroyFall

Week 9 - The Canadian Wine Industry [p2]

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Nafta is an agreement between the united states of america, mexico and canada, coming into effect on january 1, 1994. Nafta called for immediately elim
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YORKADMS 1010Yong TroyFall

Week 8 - Natural Resource Industry [p1]

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Mining is the extraction of valuable minerals from the earth. Any non-renewable resource that needs to be extracted (like oil or petroleum) is a specia
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YORKADMS 1010Yong TroyFall

Week 7 - the bank of canada: financial institutions, laws and policies in canada [p2]

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19 Jan 2012
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Week #7 the bank of canada: financial institutions, Canada followed the british banking system, with a limited number of larger banks with multiple bra
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YORKADMS 1010Yong TroyFall

Week 6 - the rise of the canadian consumer and canadian retail [p1]

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19 Jan 2012
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Week #6 the rise of the canadian consumer and. Economic theory that individual consumers drive the market. Any purchase of exchange of goods beyond the
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YORKADMS 1010Yong TroyFall

Week 7 - The Bank of Canada: Financial Institutions, Laws and Policies in Canada [p1]

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19 Jan 2012
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Week #7 the bank of canada: financial institutions, Banks have been around for thousands of years. Such activities such as providing loans, taking depo
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YORKADMS 1010Yong TroyFall

Week 6 - the rise of the canadian consumer and canadian retail [p2]

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19 Jan 2012
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Week #6 the rise of the canadian consumer and. Hudson s bay company: formed by royal charter in may 1670 granting the lands of the hudson bay watershed
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