BSEN 395 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Undue Influence, Sexual Orientation, Juvenile Court

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Tort law: injury to others due to. Facilities: purchase and sale of goods, employment and reduction of risk and some organization bailment, labour law, employment, negotiable instruments, consumer protection, law relating to restrictive trade practices. Body of rules of conduct that are obligatory in a sense that sanctions are imposed if a rule is violated. Provincial: bill is proposed, read and discussed, if passed three times, then, royal assent and proclamation. Federal: bill is proposed, read 3 times at house of commons and read 3 times at senate, royal assent and proclamation, constitution, rules for making laws. Section 91: federal powers - things that must be the same = only federal: currency, bank, criminal, military. Guarantees the rights and freedoms set out in it subject to only reasonable limits prescribed by law as can be demonstrably justified. You have rights and freedoms to a reasonable limit. To retain and instruct counsel without delay and be informed of this.