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104) Explain the purpose of the Fraudulent Preferences Act (name will vary from province to province). 105) What is the purpose of the Fraudulent Conveyances Act? (The name varies by province.) 106) Distinguish between a guarantee and an indemnity. 107) Why is the distinction between a guarantee and an indemnity important? 108) A guarantee.
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99) Distinguish between attachment and perfection under the Personal Property Security Act. 100) In the event of a default, if the creditor elects to repossess and resell the goods, how does he protect his right to claim for deficit? 101) Where a debtor has defaulted and the creditor, under the Personal Property.
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126) Identify the common internet and computer offences. 127) Explain "degree of interactivity." 128) Comment on the accuracy of the following statement: "A Canadian may be prosecuted for an activity that is against the law in one jurisdiction but perfectly acceptable in another." 129) Comment on the accuracy of the following statement: "It.
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31) Consider the following statements about the use of personal property as security for a creditor in a creditor–debtor transaction. Indicate the false statement. a. If the transaction involves the use of consumer goods as collateral, upon default of payment by the debtor, the creditor can seize the goods and sell.
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51) _______________ require(s) the debtor to make the stipulated payments into court, such that all of his debts will be paid in full within three years, unless the creditors consent to a longer period. a. An OPD program b. Restructuring c. An unsecured creditors d. A consolidation order e. Division 1 proposals 52) Which of the.
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129) Explain how the abuses usually associated with door-to-door sales are controlled. 130) Give examples of several different types of industries that are specifically controlled by consumer protection legislation. 131) Explain how the money lending business is controlled in your province. 132) Explain three significant contributions of the federal Competition Act. 133) What two.
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114) Explain what happens when the owner of property fails to hold back the appropriate amount when making payments to the general contractor. 115) Explain the purpose of the bankruptcy process. 116) Explain how the rights of the creditors are protected under bankruptcy legislation. 117) How is the debtor rehabilitated under the bankruptcy.
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84) Distinguish between personal and real property. 85) Explain what is meant by a "chose in action." 86) "The main purpose of security is to provide some recourse to the person claiming to be paid, if some dispute arises about the quality of the performance of the contract." Discuss the accuracy of.
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124) What is a bankruptcy offence? Give an example. 125) What is the effect on a corporation when it goes bankrupt? 126) Distinguish between receivership and bankruptcy where corporations are concerned. 127) What are the practical consequences affecting the individual who declares personal bankruptcy? 128) Distinguish between bankruptcy and insolvency. .
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136) “The internet is impossible to regulate.” Discuss. 137) Describe the tort of defamation committed online. 138) Canada's Chief Justice Beverly McLachlin remarked that the "new technologies of the computer are far ahead of the law. They are, quite literally, 'outside' the law." Discuss. 139) Discuss the unique challenges the internet presents with.
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154) Discuss the different types of negotiable instruments and indicate the significance of them being classified as negotiable. 155) Discuss, in the context of consumer protection, how legislative and other changes have helped to overcome the obstacle created by the principle of privity. 156) Discuss the common law and legislative enactments in.
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140) Discuss the validity of online transactions, and the related issues that arise in transacting business over the internet. 141) Discuss regulatory trends in the age of the internet. 142) Discuss the Ontario Consumer Protection Act, 2002. 143) Identify the factors that courts look to when dealing to determine jurisdiction. .
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124) Give examples of three federal acts which have consumer protection aspects to them. 125) What steps have been taken provincially to protect a purchaser with respect to the quality of the goods that are purchased? 126) Explain what common law recourse there is against manufacturers when they manufacture a faulty or.
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92) The key issues involving gift cards relate to expiry dates and fees. a. True b. False 93) The Gift Card Regulation stipulates that gift cards are allowed to have expiry dates. a. True b. False 94) Industry Canada was established under the Department of Industry Act. a. True b. False 95) The Competition Bureau is an independent law.
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77) A Division I proposal is available only to consumer debtors with less than $75 000 in claims against them. a. True b. False 78) A "confirmed letter of credit" is another name for a "standby letter of credit." a. True b. False 79) Settlements involve the transfer of assets for nominal or no consideration. a. True b..
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139) "Bankruptcy is a convenient way to avoid paying your debts." Discuss the accuracy of this statement. 140) Discuss alternatives to bankruptcy, and why these alternatives might be preferable to bankruptcy itself. 141) Discuss situations in which a secured creditor may opt not to seize property used as security, and the rationale.
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89) In secured transactions–type legislation, such as a Conditional Sale Act, the Bills of Sale Act, the Personal Property Security Act, etc., what is the purpose of a registration? 90) Joe bought a car from Harry's Fine Car Lot and owed him $5,000 on the deal, which he was paying back.
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119) Explain two methods for a debtor to become bankrupt. 120) What alternatives are available to the bankruptcy process? 121) Explain the role of the trustee in bankruptcy proceedings. 122) When a supplier of goods such as a wholesaler transfers those goods to a debtor, who then goes bankrupt, explain the supplier's legal.
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144) What are consumer transactions? 145) What is a cooling-off period? 146) Sales made to consumers at their dwellings or places of business are known as ________. 147) What is referral selling? 148) In the context of sale of goods, products sold on the internet, by catalogue, by mail order, or other forms of.
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