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The Ontario Court of Appeal decided a case dealing with adverse possession, otherwise known as “squatter’s rights,” describing the attempt to legally claim the property after its illegal use for a number of years without hiding this use. Essentially, the “squatter” in this case is able to make a bid to have their rights to the property recognized after a period of time passes, which varies according to laws in provinces.
e Supreme Court of Canada dealt with a rather high-profile case, Ward v. Quebec (Commission des droits de la personne et des droits de la jeunesse), 2021 SCC 43, between a comedian, Ward, and a singer, Gabriel (the Commission was acting on his part).
The accused was convicted of 10 counts of sexual assault in 1983 and sentenced to an indeterminate amount of prison time. 27 years later, all of the convictions were quashed on appeal and errors in the ways the trial was conducted were acknowledged.
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