When a person is charged with an offence, they are either released at the police station in a form of an undertaking – subject to conditions or are brought before the court to determine whether the accused should be released on bail.
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A majority of people are quick to invest in real estate due to its high returns and security offered. For instance, when the market prices dip, many let the excitement of owning a dream home get the better of them and rush into a purchase. However, one wrong decision or a poor investment could end up putting their future at risk.
Bill C-75: Parliament of Canada is revising provisions in the Criminal Code and associated acts. Under Bill C- 75: An Act to Amend the Criminal Code, Youth Criminal Justice Act and other Acts and to make consequential amendments to other acts.
Previously under the Criminal Code of Canada, Section 737 mandated that any offender who is convicted, or discharged under section 730, of an offence under the Criminal Code or the Controlled and Drugs and Substances Act, shall pay a victim Surcharge in addition to any other punishement imposed on the offender. Section 737(2) further read that the determination of the amount was 30% of the fine imposed; $100 in the offence was punishable by way summary conviction; and 200$ if offence punishable by Indictment.
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Criminal Law Assault:
Assault is a Criminal offence under the Criminal Code of Canada. It is defined under section 265 which reads : (1) A person commits an assault when (a) without the consent of another person, he applies force intentionally to that other person, directly or...
DID YOU KNOW THERE HAVE BEEN CHANGES TO REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS? Non Resident Speculation Tax During the end of 2017, Liberal Government introduced a new tax called the “Non-Resident Speculation Tax”, for foreign entities buying property in Greater Golden Horseshoe...
Pursuant to the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Section 11(e) is the constitutional provision which states that “any person charged with a criminal offence has the right not to be denied reasonable bail without just cause”. This is a supreme right afforded to persons...