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Doctrine of Colourable Legislation in Indian and Canadian Law
Constitutional Law
Introduction: The doctrine of colourable legislation refers to the question of competency of the legislature while enacting a provision of law. My project has two different parts, the part one of my work deal with the doctrine of colourable legislation and part two deals with legislative accountability.... Last modified: 26th Aug 2021

Canadian Human Rights Laws
Human Rights Law
Introduction: The Charter of Rights and Freedoms is part of the Constitution, and the constitution rules the Country both federally and provincially.  This arguably makes it the most important law in Canada and continues to dictate Canadian culture. (Government of Canada, 2017)... Last modified: 10th Jun 2021

Racial Profiling and Anti-Terrorism in Canada
Introduction: The paper offers an outline and explores the ongoing debate of the Canadian judicial involvement in racial profiling and the contentious issues around it in law enforcement. It also discusses the conflict between the practice of racial profiling in Canada and the Canadian charter of rights and freedoms... Last modified: 10th Jun 2021

What is Judicial Review?
Constitutional Law
Introduction: Judicial review is the process by which the superior court exercises its supervisory jurisdiction over the proceedings and decisions of inferior ...... Last modified: 18th Mar 2021

Copyright Law Protects Expressions of Ideas
Contract Law
Introduction: INTRODUCTION Copyright is a form of intellectual property protection granted to the creators of original works of authorship such as literary ...... Last modified: 20th Aug 2019

Embryo and Foetal Rights
Medical Law
Introduction: (Embryos are “…not, strictly speaking, either ‘persons’ or ‘property’, but occupy an interim category that entitles them to special respect because of their potential for human life”)... Last modified: 19th Aug 2019

History of Corrections System
Introduction: This paper aims to compare and contrast Canadian, American, South African and English corrections systems. The areas that will be examined will be the common areas that are discussed when considering the progressiveness...... Last modified: 14th Aug 2019

Racial Profiling and the Police
Introduction: The concern about racial profiling is erupting throughout the country.... Last modified: 12th Aug 2019

Purposes and Effectiveness of Sentencing
Constitutional Law
Introduction: Efforts have been made and continue to be made to look at the purposes and effectiveness of sentencing. This has led to the establishment of variou...... Last modified: 8th Aug 2019

Comparing English and French Legal Systems
Constitutional Law
Introduction: “Legal systems are there to determine what will happen when people have disputes. Legal rules are also there so people can order their lives in ...... Last modified: 8th Aug 2019

What is in Fact Economic Loss
Contract Law
Introduction: ABSTRACT Let us begin with the question: What is in fact 'economic loss' for which a party, individual or a company, is liable under law? The ...... Last modified: 7th Aug 2019

The Independence of the Judiciary
Administrative Law
Introduction: Independence of the judiciary (also judicial independence) is the principle that the judiciary should be politically insulated from the ...... Last modified: 7th Aug 2019

An Enquiry into the Prisoners' Right to Vote
Administrative Law
Introduction: Imprisonment must remain as a means to an end and not an end in itself. Punishment should be a means to reform and not to alienate. The object of ...... Last modified: 7th Aug 2019

Who is Covered by Employment Laws?
Employment Law
Introduction: This essay argues that there is a need to extend employment law protection beyond employees to ensure that vulnerable workers are also protected.... Last modified: 7th Aug 2019

Issues for Divorce Laws in Canada
Family Law
Introduction: According to civil unions, common-law unions, and marriage in Quebec, vigorous comparisons and contrasts arises regarding the different rights in divorce or separation.... Last modified: 7th Aug 2019

Excuse Defences and Justification Defences
Consideration Law
Introduction: Legal defences’ falls into two categories, excuse defences and justification defences. Excuse defence is when the defendant admits to committing a criminal act but believes that he or she cannot be held responsible because there was no criminal intent.... Last modified: 6th Aug 2019

Definition of Employee Benefits
Employment Law
Introduction: According from the Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, it explained especially in British English employee benefits and benefits in kind ...... Last modified: 6th Aug 2019