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Archives : December 2018

A revocable beneficiary designation is one that can be altered or revoked by the insured without the beneficiary’s knowledge or consent (s. 190(1) and (2) [Part V of the Insurance Act [R.S.O. 1990, c. I.8]]) .

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This excerpt from the updated Immigration and Refugees title examines Canadian law with regards to refugee protection and determination procedure

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“Reasonableness” [in context of judicial review of decision of labour arbitrator] is a deferential standard that does not equate to the standard of appellate review that is applied to decisions...

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