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[LAW 321] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 55 pages long Study Guide!

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School
Ryerson University
Department
Law and Business
Course
LAW 321
Professor
Peter Wilson
Semester
Fall

Description
Ryerson LAW 321 FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE find more resources at oneclass.com LAW321 Final Exam Notes [Class 8 ] Regulatory Requirements in Hospitality and Tourism Sector Constitutional Act, 1867 Division of powers between the federal government and the provinces. S. 91 94A Classes of subject within the exclusive authority of the parliament of Canada o Parliament shall have authority to make lawsin relation to all matters not coming within the classes of subjects by this Act assigned exclusively to the legislatures of the provinces S. 92, 92A, 93 93A Classes of Subject within exclusive authority of the provincial legislatures. S. 95 concurrent jurisdiction over agriculture and immigration. The Hospitality and Tourism sector is governed by both Federal and Provincial Laws: Contracts and Torts Provincial Laws Interprovincial and International Business Federal Laws Constitutional Act, 1982 The Rights and freedoms of all Canadians through the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Competition Act (Federal Statute) S. 1.1 to ensure small and mediumsized enterprises have an equitable opportunity to participate in the Canadian economy and in order to provide consumers with competitive prices and product choices. SS. 45 62 Competition Offences o Conspiring with competitors Fix pricing, allocate sales, territories, customers or markets Fix, maintain, control, prevent, lessen or eliminate the production or supply of the product. Engage in bidrigging SS. 74.01 74.08 Deceptive Marketing Practices Offences o Materially false or misleading representations to the public in regard to the supply or use of a product or for promoting, directly or indirectly any business interest. o False or misleading representations to the public as to the price or performance of products. find more resources at oneclass.com
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