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Hydro-Québec c. Bell Canada: Spoliation Of Evidence Results In The Dismissal Of A Claim For The First Time In Québec
The facts giving rise to this claim stem from a simple utility pole, belonging to Bell Canada, to which transmission lines were attached.
Canada
16 Apr 2019
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"Buy Now; Pay Later": Leon's Furniture Ordered To Pay Moral And Punitive Damages
In a decision on the merits in the course of a class action, rendered on July 31, 2017 (PDF), Justice Marc-André Blanchard of the Superior Court ordered Leon's Furniture ("Leon's") to pay $162,918 in compensatory damages, ...
Canada
5 Sep 2017
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Doing Business In Québec - A Guide For Retailers
The particularities of Québec are often complex and can vary depending on the nature of your activities and your situation, whether it involves language requirements, labour standards or...
Canada
14 Jul 2017
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Faire Affaire Au Québec - Un Guide À L'attention Des Détaillants
Qu'il s'agisse entre autres d'exigences relatives à la langue, aux normes du travail ou aux taxes applicables, pour ne nommer que quelques exemples...
Canada
13 Jul 2017
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E-Commerce And Consumer Protection: Québec’s Approach To Online Shopping
In the era of e-commerce and cross-border trade, the applicability of manufacturer and distributor warranties is taking on renewed importance in light of private international laws contained in the Civil Code of Québec ("C.C.Q.") and the Consumer Protection Act ("C.P.A").
Canada
30 Jun 2012
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Merchants Beware: The End Of Online Ticket Resellers In Quebec?
On October 20, 2011, the Quebec National Assembly adopted Bill 25, prohibiting merchants from selling tickets at a price above that announced by the authorized vendor.
Canada
14 May 2012
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