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Legally Enforceable Contract between Two Students to Purchase a Laptop

Question James wants to buy a good laptop to do his college assignments and for gaming purpose as he has recently become interested in playing computer games. D’Cruz who owned a high end computer posted an offer by letter to James on Monday 15 June as follows: “A good gaming computer, ... Read More

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Elements of a Cause of Action based on Negligence

Question Discuss the elements of a cause of action based on negligence?  Make sure that if a part of the elements has multiple components (like causation) that you discuss those too. Summary: This question belongs to business law and discusses about elements of a cause of action based on ... Read More

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Cause of Action based on the Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress

Question Thoroughly identify and explain the elements of a cause of action (lawsuit) based on the intentional infliction of emotional distress?  In other words, what does the plaintiff have to show or prove to win his case? Summary: This question belongs to business law and discusses about el ... Read More

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Defenses that could Exist in a Cause of Action for Negligence

Question Identify and define the defenses that could exist in a cause of action for negligence? Summary: This question belongs to business law and discusses about the defenses that could exist in a cause of action for negligence. Total word count: 177   ... Read More

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Factors of an Individual Employee and an Employee

Question What are factors that can determine whether an individual is consid­ered an em­ployee or an independent contractor?  Explain how the factors work.  Why does it matter? Summary: This question belongs to business law and discusses about the factors that can determine wheth ... Read More

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Employment Legislation MCQ

Question Which one of the following employers is covered by federal, rather than provincial, employment legislation: A book store A restaurant / bar A bank A hair styling salon   ... Read More

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Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms MCQ

Question The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms: Forms part of Canada’s constitution Can be used to strike down employment laws that contravene its requirements Applies only where there is some element of government action or conduct All of the above   ... Read More

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Laws those Covers Most employees in New Brunswick

Question Most employees in New Brunswick are covered by: Provincial employment laws Federal employment laws Municipal employment laws None of the above   ... Read More

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New Brunswick’s Human Rights Code MCQ

Question Which of the following is NOT a prohibited ground of discrimination in employment under New Brunswick’s Human Rights Code: Physical appearance Age National origin/ancestry Political belief or activity     ... Read More

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Information Required during a Job Interview in New Brunswick MCQ

Question During a job interview, it is NOT acceptable to request information concerning: Work experience Home address Preferred form or address (e.g., Miss, Mrs. Ms.) Highest level of education achieved   ... Read More

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Information Required during a Job Interview in New Brunswick MCQ

Question On a job application form, it is NOT acceptable to request one of the following: Work history Name Home address Name of elementary school attended     ... Read More

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Common Law Tort of Allurement in New Brunswick MCQ

Question The common law tort of “allurement” refers to a situation where an employer: Hires the employee without properly checking references Breaches the employment contract before it begins Entices the job application from another job through aggressive recruiting or inflated pro ... Read More

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