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Archive for Jun 2012

Noisy Neighbours – Courts to the Rescue!

You buy a house in an area zoned for agricultural use, dreaming of a quiet and peaceful life ‘far from the madding crowd’. Then the neighbours decide to turn their farm into a conference and wedding venue, and your rural peace and quiet is shattered by boisterous events featuring loud music, singing, shouting, and hooting.…

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Arrest For Drunk Driving – When Is It Legal?

Anyone failing a breathalyser or blood test at a roadblock can expect to be arrested on a charge of driving under the influence of alcohol – and you can’t refuse to be tested. But, per a recent Supreme Court of Appeal decision, in the absence of such a test the police cannot lawfully arrest a…

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