Category Archives: Training

BC Courts Confirms: Valid OATH is Mandatory

This is a big deal. The electronic signature process has been used frequently and YOU can challenge your documents if the electronic signatures and improper oath procedures were used in your case. The final court decision rested on an informant swearing the Information not being familiar with the contents, and the timing of the oath, reconfirming

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Guarding your civil liberties: Civil Liberties Complaint USA

Robb Ryder does some good research and regularly puts out videos reviewing his findings, sources and theories. Here is his latest one on the complaint and claim process in the USA, all defined process to follow in law. Every jurisdiction has material, guidelines, self help and processes for “how to make a claim or complaint”

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CRA Minister Cannot Deny Late Objections: Reasonableness

Interesting recent decision making it law that the Canada Revenue Agency can no longer maintain a position of “you objected too late, so you cannot object”. Of course this decision is ONLY because someone complained, via the correct court process, that the action taken by CRA was wrong and did request a  court to review

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Introduction to Human Rights Course

Multi part course Published on Aug 25, 2014 Welcome to our free online course: Introduction to Human Rights. You may follow the course in Udemy http://www.udemy.com/introduction-to-… or in our Youtube channel http://youtube.com/moocchile (If you want a virtual certificate, you should follow the complete course in Udemy). Also, you may follow us on: Twitter http://twitter.com/moocchile Facebook

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