Principles of Remedies

 On the political economy of public safety investments
International Review of Law and Economics, March 2015

1 Introduction1.1 Motivation and main results The efficient management of expected harm requires the use and successful coordination of various precautionary inputs that may be provided by private and public agents. The commonly considered interaction between potential injurers and potential victims is indeed pervasively framed by choices of public agents about safety investments. This intertwining of private and public investments arises, for example, in the context of infrastructure and its use. The public agent may install lights or a railroad gate at a railroad crossing, thereby shaping the levels of precaution that can reasonably be expected from private parties. On residential streets, the government may vary the number of zebra crossings and thereby influence both the behavior of potential victims and injurers and the traffic accident risk.
 Toxicity to Hematology and Morphology of Liver Brain and Gills during Acute Exposure of Mahseer (Tor putitora) to Cypermethrin
Pakistan Journal of Agriculture and Biology, February 28, 2015 Saturday

  Abstract The present study was aimed to evaluate the effects of acute dose of Cypermethrin (CYP) an extensively use synthetic pyrethroid on hematology and morphology of the liver gills and brain of Mahseer (Tor putitora). The effects were assessed on the basis of the previous results of acute toxicity test after exposing fish to acute concentration 63 g L-1 (LC50 of 96 h) of CYP. Light microscopic studies revealed severe histopathological changes in liver gills and brain tissues. The morphological alterations in liver involved glycogen vacuolation hemorrhage vacuolation congestion fatty infiltration and hepatic necrosis. In gills it resulted in cellular infiltration congestion swollen tip of the gill filament hetrophilic infiltration and damaged gill while in the brain it caused discoloration neuronal degeneration infiltration and severe spongiosis. Blood cell count also showed the toxic effect of CYP as RBCs count decreased while WBCs count increased with time in the treated group. The results clearly classify CYP as a strong toxic agent for T. putitora. Keywords: Cypermethrin; Acute toxicity; Tor putitora; Hematology; Histopathology
 ASBESTOS UPDATE: 15 Suits v. Transocean Ltd. Are Pending in Miss.
Lloyd's Asbestos Litigation Reporter, January 30, 2015

 ASBESTOS UPDATE: Crane Co. To Appeal Ruling in "Garvin" Suit
Lloyd's Asbestos Litigation Reporter, January 30, 2015

 ASBESTOS UPDATE: MDL Suggestion to Remand Damages Claims Opposed
Lloyd's Asbestos Litigation Reporter, January 30, 2015

 ASBESTOS UPDATE: Park-Ohio Had 268 Fibro Cases at Sept. 30
Lloyd's Asbestos Litigation Reporter, January 30, 2015

 Canadian Transportation Agency COMPLAINT by Farjana Panchbhaya against Société Air France carrying on business as Air France.
Canadian Government News, January 29, 2015 Thursday

  Canadian Transportation Agency has issue the following decisions: COMPLAINT by Farjana Panchbhaya against Société Air France carrying on business as Air France.File No.: M4120-3/09-04351INTRODUCTION AND ISSUES [1] Farjana Panchbhaya filed a complaint with the Canadian Transportation Agency (Agency) with respect to the refusal by Société Air France carrying on business as Air France (Air France) to provide her with adequate compensation for the inconvenience she experienced due to the fact that Air France rerouted her and her children to Flight AF2244 from Paris, France to Moscow, Russia on November 27, 2008 connecting to Aeroflot - Russian Airlines (Aeroflot) Flight SU567 to Mumbai, India, the late delivery of four pieces of her checked baggage on arrival in Mumbai and missing items from her delayed baggage. [2] On February 23, 2009, Mrs. Panchbhaya filed with the Air Travel Complaints Directorate (ATCD) the complaint set out in the title. On August 31, 2009, Mrs. Panchbhaya advised that she wished to pursue the matter formally before the Agency. [3] On September 4 and 8, 2009, Mrs. Panchbhaya and Air France advised that the comments they had filed with the ATCD should be considered as pleadings before the Agency.
 Federal Court of Australia Judgment: SZWAJ v Minister for Immigration and Border Protection [2015] FCA 26
Financial Law Reporter, January 29, 2015 Thursday

  Federal Court of Australia has issued the following press release:  FEDERAL COURT OF AUSTRALIA SZWAJ v Minister for Immigration and Border Protection [2015] FCA  Citation:  SZWAJ v Minister for Immigration and Border Protection [2015] FCA 26
 Federal Court of Australia Judgment: Taylor v MDA National Insurance Pty Ltd [2015] FCA 20
Financial Law Reporter, January 29, 2015 Thursday

  Federal Court of Australia has issued the following press release:  FEDERAL COURT OF AUSTRALIA Taylor v MDA National Insurance Pty Ltd [2015] Citation:  Taylor v MDA National Insurance Pty Ltd [2015]
 Jasmine International in 2nd daily rise, nears ten-month high 29 January, 2015 16:30 ICT
News Bites - Asia: Thailand, January 29, 2015 Thursday

 THAI DAILY STOCK REPORT Jasmine International Public Company Limited (SET:JAS), Thailand's 6th largest information & communication technology company by market cap, extended its gains Thursday, rising an additional 10.0 satang (or 1.2%) to trade at THB8.15. The stock increased 1.9% on Wednesday bringing its 2-day rise to 3.2%. It is now approaching its 209-day high of THB8.30. Compared with the SET100 Index which fell 11.9 points (or 0.5%) in the day, this represented a relative price increase of 1.7%.
 Canadian Transportation Agency COMPLAINT by Gábor Lukács against British Airways Plc carrying on business as British Airways.
Canadian Government News, January 28, 2015 Wednesday

  Canadian Transportation Agency has issue the following decisions: COMPLAINT by Gábor Lukács against British Airways Plc carrying on business as British Airways.File No.: M4120-3/13-00661INTRODUCTION [1] Gábor Lukács filed a complaint with the Canadian Transportation Agency (Agency) dated January 30, 2013 alleging that certain provisions relating to liability and denied boarding compensation appearing in the tariff applicable to British Airways Plc carrying on business as British Airways (British Airways), International Passenger Rules and Fares Tariff No. BA-1, NTA(A) No. 306 (Tariff), are unclear and/or unreasonable. Specifically, Mr. Lukács submits that:
 Canadian Transportation Agency Interlocutory Decision No. 2014-07-16
Canadian Government News, January 28, 2015 Wednesday

  Canadian Transportation Agency has issue the following decisions: Interlocutory Decision No. 2014-07-16 Redacted versionJuly 16, 2014 Application by Richardson International Limited against the Canadian National Railway Company, pursuant to sections 26 and subsection 28(2) of the Canada Transportation Act, S.C., 1996, c. 10, as amended.File No.: 14-03127 This is further to Richardson International Limited’s (RIL) request for an interim order, filed as part of its June 12, 2014 level of service application to the Canadian Transportation Agency (Agency) against the Canadian National Railway Company (CN) in which RIL is seeking that the Agency:
 Clontarf Energy drops 2.8% - trailing 84% of stocks 28 January, 2015 16:30 GMT
News Bites - Western Europe: United Kingdom, January 28, 2015 Wednesday

 BRITISH DAILY STOCK REPORT Clontarf Energy plc (L:CLON), the 76th largest oil & gas producers company by market cap in the United Kingdom, dropped 0.02 GBX (or 2.8%) to close at 0.70 GBX. In the United Kingdom market of 1,164 stocks and 99 units traded today, the stock has a 6-month relative price strength of 16 indicating it is trailing 84% of the market. Compared with the FTSE 100 Index which rose 14.3 points (or 0.2%) in the day, this represented a relative price change of -3.0%.  BEARISH SIGNALSTechnicals:Downtrend: The stock dropped 2.8% on high volatility today.+ The present value of GBP1,000 (PV1000) invested one year ago in Clontarf Energy is GBP530, for a capital loss of GBP470. PV10001-week1-month1-yearCLON.L1,0771,077530FTSE 100 Index1,0151,0351,043
 DUKE ENERGY: Progress Settled Dispute with U.S. Global in May
Lloyd's Corporate Litigation Reporter, January 28, 2015

 Jasmine International closes at 8.6% above VWP 28 January, 2015 16:30 ICT
News Bites - Asia: Thailand, January 28, 2015 Wednesday

 THAI DAILY STOCK REPORT Jasmine International Public Company Limited (SET:JAS), Thailand's 6th largest information & communication technology company by market cap, increased 15.0 satang (or 1.9%) to close at THB8.05. The price is at a premium of 8.6% to the 1-month volume weighted average price of THB7.42. Given that this premium has been under 8.6% two hundred twenty-four times and over 8.6% seventeen times in the last year, the downside:upside probability is estimated at 224:17 or 13.2:1. Compared with the SET100 Index which rose 2.8 points (or 0.1%) in the day, this represented a relative price increase of 1.8%.
 Clontarf Energy soars 10.8% on weak volume 27 January, 2015 16:30 GMT
News Bites - Western Europe: United Kingdom, January 27, 2015 Tuesday

 BRITISH DAILY STOCK REPORT Clontarf Energy plc (L:CLON), the 73rd largest oil & gas producers company by market cap in the United Kingdom, soared 0.07 GBX (or 10.8%) from its last traded date of January 22, 2015 to close at 0.72 GBX. Compared with the FTSE 100 Index which fell 40.8 points (or 0.6%) in the day, this represented a relative price increase of 11.4%. Trading volume was 49% lighter than average.
 Father, son blame Cabell school board for injuries
West Virginia Record, January 27, 2015 Tuesday

 Jasmine International decreases 0.6% on weak volume 27 January, 2015 16:30 ICT
News Bites - Asia: Thailand, January 27, 2015 Tuesday

 THAI DAILY STOCK REPORT Jasmine International Public Company Limited (SET:JAS), Thailand's 6th largest information & communication technology company by market cap, decreased 5.0 satang (or 0.6%) to close at THB7.90. Compared with the SET100 Index which fell 1.3 points (or 0.06%) in the day, this represented a relative price change of -0.6%. The volume was 0.7 times the average trading of 133.3 million shares.  BEARISH SIGNALSFundamentals:+ Tobin's Q Ratio, defined as MCap divided by Total Assets, is 2.6. Compared with the rest of the market the stock is overvalued and ranks in the bottom quartile of stocks by value of Q Ratio.
 Kin of Mishap Victim to Get Rs 10.68 lakh
New Indian Express, January 27, 2015 Tuesday

 CHENNAI, Jan. 27 -- The family of a 64-year-old retired government official, who died in a road accident in 2013, has been awarded Rs 10.68 lakh as compensation.
 Kin of Road Accident Mishap Victim to Get Rs 10.68 Lakh
New Indian Express, January 27, 2015 Tuesday

 CHENNAI, Jan. 27 -- The family of a 64-year-old retired government official, who died in a road accident in 2013, has been awarded Rs 10.68 lakh as compensation.
 Labour Unions case adjourned
Financial Services Monitor Worldwide, January 27, 2015 Tuesday

 The Industrial and Labour Court on Monday adjourned hearing of the case involving government and the 12 labour unions to January 29. The adjournment was after the Counsel for the Bank of Ghana, Samuel Codjoe told the court that the financial entity had not been served with the hearing notice.
 Man blames hospital, doctor for wife's death
West Virginia Record, January 27, 2015 Tuesday

 Man says Allied Waste discriminated against him
West Virginia Record, January 27, 2015 Tuesday

 Marshall Co. residents sue Williams Ohio Valley Midstream for pollution, noise
West Virginia Record, January 27, 2015 Tuesday

 Steel of W.Va. says insurer denied claims
West Virginia Record, January 27, 2015 Tuesday

 Customer blames Captain D's in slip-and-fall suit
West Virginia Record, January 26, 2015 Monday

 Jasmine International increases 0.6%, jumps 6.0% for week 26 January, 2015 16:30 ICT
News Bites - Asia: Thailand, January 26, 2015 Monday

 THAI DAILY STOCK REPORT Jasmine International Public Company Limited (SET:JAS), Thailand's 6th largest information & communication technology company by market cap, increased 5.0 satang (or 0.6%) to close at THB7.95. The stock jumped 6.0% in the past week. Compared with the SET100 Index which fell 19.9 points (or 0.8%) in the day, this represented a relative price increase of 1.5%.
 Suggestions without Evidence Not Enough, Says High Court
New Indian Express, January 26, 2015 Monday

 Chennai, Jan. 26 -- The Hyderabad High Court has made it clear that merely making suggestions to prosecution witnesses is not sufficient but they have to be substantiated with cogent and convincing evidence. Justice S Ravi Kumar has passed this order recently while dismissing a revision petition filed by a lorry driver, Jilukara Sailu, against the judgment of first additional district and sessions judge, Karimnagar where under the order of the additional judicial first class magistrate, Karimnagar was modified to the extent of sentence, but confirmed the conviction. As for the facts of the case, a 5-year-old boy, along with his mother, had gone to Renikunta village in Karimnagar district and while returning home from the field on the evening of March 20, 2004 he was run over by a lorry while he and his mother were crossing the road. He died on the spot.
 Court Upholds $2 Million Vaginal Mesh Lawsuit Verdict Levied Against C.R. Bard in First Federal Bellwether Trial, Bernstein Liebhard LLP Reports
US Official News, January 24, 2015 Saturday

  Bio-Medicine has issued the following news release: According to court documents, the trial had concluded in August 2013, with a jury finding that C.R. Bard was liable for the transvaginal mesh complications experienced by a woman who received the company’s Avaulta Plus mesh device to treat pelvic organ prolapse. After just 12 hours of deliberations, the panel awarded the plaintiff $250,000 in compensatory damages, along with $1.75 million in punitive damages.
 JURY AWARDS AMPUTEE $17.3M
Tampa Bay Times, January 24, 2015 Saturday

 Donna Brown of Jacksonville started smoking cigarettes in high school and continued for 47 years, even after peripheral vascular disease forced amputation of both legs. She tried to quit but couldn't.
 Uphaar tragedy: SC to decide punishment for Ansals in April
The Times of India (TOI), January 24, 2015 Saturday

 NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Thursday said it would decide in April the quantum of punishment for Ansal brothers, who were convicted for contributory negligence in the June 13, 1997 Uphaar cinema theatre fire in which 59 people were killed and over 100 injured.
 Australia: The phrase Acting Reasonably has no place in unconditional bank guarantees
Mondaq Business Briefing, January 23, 2015 Friday

 It is common for parties in contract negotiations to insert a requirement for a party to "act reasonably" in exercising its rights under a contract. The qualifier is often a compromise to lessen the potential for an otherwise harsh position. While this is often an appropriate compromise, the recent Victorian Supreme Court decision in Lend Lease Services Pty Ltd v Sugar Australia Pty Ltd, demonstrates the dangers of inserting the qualifier into an unconditional bank guarantee regime. Background
 Australia: Work Health & Safety - What's News - 20 January 2015
Mondaq Business Briefing, January 23, 2015 Friday

 In the media Safety concerns on Gina Rinehart's Roy Hill mine in Western Australia Gina Rinehart's Roy Hill mine in Western Australia has been told to urgently improve its safety standards after several serious incidents involving cranes and elevated working platforms (15 January 2015). More... Farmers urged to rethink safety after quad bikes cause 15 deaths and countless injuries in 2014 Farmers are being urged to rethink the way they travel around the farm, after 15 people died last year as a result of quad bike related incidents. The Australian Centre for Agricultural Health and Safety says almost all of the 15 quad bike deaths occurred on farms, in addition to an almost unquantifiable number of injuries (15 January 2015). More... Long work hours linked to alcohol abuse Doctors are increasingly focusing on that older population after years of placing a higher priority on experimenting adolescents and young alcoholics. Evidence is emerging that high-pressure jobs push millions of people toward binge drinking, and deaths from alcohol abuse escalate as people get older (14 January 2015). More...
 BABY DEATH PARENTS CRITICISE MEDICS
Press Association Mediapoint, January 23, 2015 Friday 3:14 PM BST

 The parents of a baby boy who died after being strangled by his own umbilical cord have criticised medics who failed to properly monitor him. Frankie Hodges died less than an hour after he was delivered at Southend Hospital on March 29 last year.
 Campbell Newman, Jeff Seeney sue Alan Jones for defamation; Clive Palmer offers to help pay shock jock's legal fees
ABC Premium News (Australia), January 23, 2015 Friday 10:13 AM AEST

 Clive Palmer says he will help pay Alan Jones' legal fees, after Queensland Premier Campbell Newman and his deputy Jeff Seeney announced they would sue the broadcaster for defamation. Mr Newman and Mr Seeney are suing Jones and Brisbane radio station 4BC for aggravated damages over comments Jones made in broadcasts this week during the state election campaign. Health Minister Lawrence Springborg will also sue Jones for defamation, his office confirmed, while Treasurer Tim Nicholls said he had not yet made a decision on pursuing legal action.
 FORM 8-K: Precision Aerospace Components, Inc FILES Current report
US Official News, January 23, 2015 Friday

  Precision Aerospace Components, Inc, Delaware, has filed FORM 8-K (Current report) with Securities and Exchange Commission on January 23, 2015 State or other Jurisdiction of Incorporation: Delaware Item 1.01 Entry into a Material Definitive Agreement. On January 16, 2015 (the “Effective Date”), Precision Aerospace Components, Inc. (the “Company” or “Precision”) together with its wholly owned subsidiaries, Freundlich Supply Company, Inc. (“FSC”), Tiger-Tight Corp. (“TTC”), Aero-Missile Components, Inc. (“AMC”), and Creative Assembly Systems (“CAS”) (“Subsidiaries”), entered into definitive agreements with Precision Group Holdings LLC, a New Jersey limited liability company (the “Holdings”) and C3 Capital Partners III, L.P. (“C3”) to effectuate a series of transactions to recapitalize the Company (the “Transactions”). The Transactions will be consummated in multiple closings, with the first closing having occurred on the Effective Date (“First Closing”) and the second closing to occur no less than 20 days but no more than 22 days after the Company completes certain required filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission (‘SEC”), as described below (“Second Closing”).
 HFC Bank had no authority to cancel EGM - SSNIT
Financial Services Monitor Worldwide, January 23, 2015 Friday

 The Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) has said the Managing Director of HFC Bank, Asare Akuffo had no authorization from shareholders to cancel an Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) it has requisitioned.
 Roy Sherman Files Civil Lawsuit Against Sheriff and Deputies of Marion County; Lawsuit alleges unlawful arrest and excessive force by police officers
PR Newswire, January 23, 2015 Friday 3:36 PM EST

  Attorneys for private citizen, Roy Sherman, today announced the filing of a civil lawsuit against Chris Blair, Sheriff of Marion County, and Deputies Franco Porcelli and Paxton Sapp of the Marion County Sheriff's Office, for the use of unreasonable and excessive force and unlawful arrest of plaintiff Sherman on the evening of May 19, 2014. The claim also alleges malicious prosecution by the Marion County Sheriff's Office, leading to baseless and unlawful charges against Sherman, which were later dismissed. The suit alleges violation of Sherman's First, Fourth, and Fourteenth Amendment civil rights.
 SC to decide Uphaar tragedy penalty in April
Times of India (Electronic Edition), January 23, 2015 Friday

 The Supreme Court on Thursday said it would decide in April the quantum of punishment for the Ansal brothers, who were convicted for contributory negligence in the June 13, 1997 Uphaar cinema fire in which 59 people were killed and over 100 injured.
 Teacher says he was fired for being atheist
South Bend Tribune (Indiana), January 23, 2015 Friday

 A former teacher for Middlebury Community Schools is suing the district, alleging it fired him because he is an atheist and didn't participate in prayers the high school principal initiated.
 Unifi products to go in Denali jackets
Winston-Salem Journal (North Carolina), January 23, 2015 Friday

 WINSTON-SALEM JOURNAL  Unifi Inc. said Thursday that The North Face apparel marketer — owned by W Corp. — has placed its Repreve recycled yarn products into three lines of its Denali fleece jackets.  The products are the standard Repreve yarn, made from recycled plastic bottles; its WaterWise yarn with color technology; and its Textile Takeback yarn, which also includes fabric scraps with the recycled bottles. 
 Weekly: Jasmine International climbs 5.3% on below average volume
News Bites - Asia: Thailand, January 23, 2015 Friday

 THAI WEEKLY STOCK REPORT Jasmine International Public Company Limited (SET:JAS), Thailand's 6th largest information & communication technology company by market cap, climbed 40.0 satang (or 5.3%) in the trailing week to close at THB7.90. Compared with the SET100 Index which rose 108.7 points (or 4.9%) in the week, this represented a relative price change of -1.0%. The volume was 0.8 times average trading per week of 669,016,940 shares. In the past week the market cap has risen THB2.9 billion.Price Change %1-week3-monthsJAS5.33%19.7%Information & communication technology4.27%10.26%SET1004.87%3.26%
 Workplace Issues: High Court holds complaints don’t have to cite proper legal theory
The Daily Record of Rochester (Rochester, NY), January 23, 2015 Friday

 The Supreme Court on Nov. 10, 2014, issued a brief ruling that clarifies what the plaintiff can omit from the complaint, Johnson v. City of Shelby, 574 U.S. 2014, No. 13-1318.
 Canadian Transportation Agency APPLICATION by 667803 BC Ltd. pursuant to section 103 of the Canada Transportation Act, S.C., 1996, c. 10, as amended.
Canadian Government News, January 22, 2015 Thursday

  Canadian Transportation Agency has issue the following decisions: APPLICATION by 667803 BC Ltd. pursuant to section 103 of the Canada Transportation Act, S.C., 1996, c. 10, as amended.File No.: R8050/437-048.85INTRODUCTION [1] 667803 BC Ltd. (applicant) filed an application with the Canadian Transportation Agency (Agency) pursuant to section 103 of the Canada Transportation Act (CTA) for a private crossing at mileage 48.85 of the Canadian National Railway Company’s (CN) Fraser Subdivision, Dunster, near McBride, in the province of British Columbia. [2] The applicant requests an order which shall include the following terms and conditions:
 Fairfax City funeral home loses Army colonel's body (but later finds it); Family horrified to discover wrong man in father's uniform in casket.
Washington Post Blogs , January 22, 2015 Thursday 10:02 AM EST

 After retired Army Col. Joseph "Mal" Chapman of Fairfax died in November 2013, his family arranged for a viewing and funeral service the following week, with burial in Arlington National Cemetery. But when the family arrived for the viewing at Everly Funeral Home in Fairfax City, they opened the casket and made a traumatizing discovery: Someone else's body was there, in Colonel Chapman's dress uniform.
 FORM 8-K: Anchor Bancorp FILES Current report
US Official News, January 22, 2015 Thursday

  Anchor Bancorp, Washington, has filed FORM 8-K (Current report) with Securities and Exchange Commission on January 22, 2015 State or other Jurisdiction of Incorporation: Washington
 Massive forgery hits BoG; CID develops code feet on culprits
Financial Services Monitor Worldwide, January 22, 2015 Thursday

 Shock is rippling through industry players in the rarefied of banking at the discovery, that under Dr. Henry Kofi Wampah's nose at the Bank of Ghana, the chief regulator of banks in the country, has engaged in the ruthless demonstration of forgery of court documents just to forcefully eject and take disciplinary actions against one of its employees.
 “Can I Sue?” is Always the Wrong Question to Ask a Lawyer
US Official News, January 22, 2015 Thursday

  Legal Resources Association has issued the following news release: Ask any personal injury lawyer and they will tell you the number one question asked of them is “Can I sue?” Coming in a close second is “Do I have a case?” Both questions miss the mark, however, as the real question that accident victims should be asking is “Do I have a case worth pursuing.”
 5-member panel to suggest ways to cut NH7 mitigation plan cost
The Times of India (TOI), January 21, 2015 Wednesday

 NAGPUR: After the Nagpur bench of Bombay High Court insisting on finding a middle path on how to widen the forested 37-km stretch of National Highway 7 between Mansar and Khawasa, the state government on January 17 constituted a five-member committee to work out ways of implementing the report submitted by Wildlife Institute of India (WII), Dehradun. The work on four-laning the stretch is stuck for a couple of years as it passes along Pench tiger reserve and it is feared its widening would cut off the main wildlife corridor between Pench on the one hand and Kanha and Nagzira on the other. It would also result in large-scale felling of trees.
 City to pay $30K to settle unlawful stop suit
The Daily Record (Baltimore, MD), January 21, 2015 Wednesday

 Baltimore’s spending panel has approved a $30,000 settlement with a city man who alleged he was unlawfully stopped in his car and then arrested without cause nearly six years ago.
 Court summons Imran on Jan 29 over libel suit filed by ex-CJ
The Statesman (AsiaNet), January 21, 2015 Wednesday

  A district and sessions court in Islamabad Tuesday summoned Pakistan TehreekiInsaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan over a defamation notice worth Rs20 billion filed by former chief justice Iftikhar Mohammad Chaudhry.
 OLD REPUBLIC: Arbitration Between Units, Countrywide Proceeding
Lloyd's Corporate Litigation Reporter, January 21, 2015

 OLD REPUBLIC: BofA's Demand for Arbitration vs. RMIC Pending
Lloyd's Corporate Litigation Reporter, January 21, 2015

 OLD REPUBLIC: BofA's Suit vs. RMIC Pending in N.C. Court
Lloyd's Corporate Litigation Reporter, January 21, 2015

 OLD REPUBLIC: Suit vs. Countrywide, BNYM Pending in Illinois
Lloyd's Corporate Litigation Reporter, January 21, 2015

 Ontario Labour Relations Board: Labourers' International Union of North America v Percon Construction Inc., 2014 CanLII 80538 (ON LRB)
Canadian Government News, January 21, 2015 Wednesday

  Ontario Labour Relations Board has issued the following decision: OLRB Case No: 2963-09-U Labourers' International Union of North America, Ontario Provincial District Council, Applicant v Percon Construction Inc., Construction Workers Local 52 affiliated with the Christian Labour Association of Canada, Responding Parties OLRB Case No: 3258-09-R Labourers' International Union of North America, Ontario Provincial District Council, Applicant v Percon Construction Inc., Responding Party v Construction Workers Local 52, affiliated with Christian Labour Association of Canada, Intervenor BEFORE: David A. McKee, Vice-Chair
 S&P Affirms University of Guelph 'A+' Ratings
Daily The Pak Banker, January 21, 2015 Wednesday

  Scottrade has issued the following Press release: The following is a press release from Standard & Poor's: -- We are affirming our 'A+' long-term issuer credit and senior unsecured debt ratings on the University of Guelph. -- The ratings reflect our view of the university's good enrollment and demand profile, strong consolidated financial performance, and increasing endowment market value (and consequently unrestricted financial resources).
 TP - Whether income from a particular segment, for which no corresponding cost was incurred during the relevant year, could become part of the operating profits of the assessee
Tax India International, January 21, 2015 6:30 AM EST

 2015-TII-17-ITAT-HYD-TP IN THE INCOME TAX APPELLATE TRIBUNALBENCH 'A' HYDERABAD ITA No.518/Hyd/14Assessment year 2009-10 DY COMMISSIONER OF INCOME TAXCIRCLE 16(2), HYDERABAD Vs M/s MYLAN LABORATORIES LTD(FORMERLY MATRIX LABORATORIES LTD), HYDERABADPAN:AADCM3491M ITA No.611/Hyd/14Assessment year 2009-10 M/s MYLAN LABORATORIES LTD(FORMERLY MATRIX LABORATORIES LTD), HYDERABADPAN:AADCM3491M
 Woman blames nursing home for man's death
West Virginia Record, January 20, 2015 Tuesday

 Woman says she was injured at Wendy's
West Virginia Record, January 20, 2015 Tuesday

 Boy's hand crushed in school gate, suit claims
West Virginia Record, January 19, 2015 Monday

 Crane boom fell on top of fisherman working at pier - $2,000,000 Settlement
Virginia Lawyers Weekly, January 19, 2015 Monday

 Plaintiff was employed as a seaman working as a member of the crew of commercial menhaden fishing vessel on the Chesapeake Bay. During the fishing operation, one of the nets developed a large hole and the crew was required to take the net ashore to pull it up onto a finger pier for repair. During the operation, the net caught on the pier. While the plaintiff was freeing the net, a winch operator restarted the power block, without an order to do so. The tension on the power block and boom caused the boom to break and the boom and part of the heavy net fell on the plaintiff and three other fishermen, all of whom were injured. It took heavy equipment to free the plaintiff from beneath the heavy weight of the boom. Defendant did not assert a contributory negligence claim.
 Libel is allowed in Pakistan
Pakistan Observer, January 19, 2015 Monday

  Libel is any intentional false communication either written or spoken that harms a person's reputation decreases his respect, regard or confidence in which a person is held in front of society.
 Man says he was kept in jail too long
West Virginia Record, January 19, 2015 Monday

 Court Orders Parties to Maintain Status Quo in Egina Field Contract
The Guardian, January 18, 2015

 A federal High Court sitting in Lagos has ordered the Attorney General of the Federation (AGF) and four others to maintain status quo in the award of the multi-million dollar contract for the controversial storage and offloading unit FPSO in Egina Field within OML 130, pending the determination of the suit by a lawyer, John Owubokiri. Other defendants in the suit are the National Petroleum Investment Management Services, (NAPIMS), Nigerian Content Development Monitoring Board (CDMB), Samsung Heavy Industry Nigeria Limited and Total Upstream Nigeria Ltd.
 Canadian Transportation Agency APPLICATION by Canexus Chemicals Canada, LP, Olin Canada, ULC, doing business as Olin Chlor Alkali Products, ERCO Worldwide, a division of Superior Plus LP, and Chemtrad
Canadian Government News, January 17, 2015 Saturday

  Canadian Transportation Agency has issue the following decisions: APPLICATION by Canexus Chemicals Canada, LP, Olin Canada, ULC, doing business as Olin Chlor Alkali Products, ERCO Worldwide, a division of Superior Plus LP, and Chemtrade Logistics Inc. and Chemtrade West Limited Partnership pursuant to sections 26, 120.1 and 137 of the Canada Transportation Act, S.C., 1996, c. 10, as amended. File No.: T7375-3/12-06585 INTRODUCTION [1] Canexus Chemicals Canada, LP, Olin Canada; ULC, doing business as Olin Chlor Alkali Products; ERCO Worldwide, a division of Superior Plus LP and Chemtrade Logistics Inc. and Chemtrade West Limited Partnership (applicants) filed an application with the Canadian Transportation Agency (Agency,) pursuant to sections 120.1 and 137 of the Canada Transportation Act (CTA,) with respect to the Canadian Pacific Railway Company’s (CP) Tariff 8, Item 54. [2] The applicants request an order determining that CP Tariff 8, Item 54 is in violation of section 137 of the CTA and that Item 54 is, pursuant to section 120.1 of the CTA, unreasonable. The applicants also request an order requiring CP to eliminate Item 54 from Tariff 8.
 Canadian Transportation Agency COMPLAINT by Dr. Rima Azar against Air Canada.
Canadian Government News, January 17, 2015 Saturday

  Canadian Transportation Agency has issue the following decisions: COMPLAINT by Dr. Rima Azar against Air Canada. File No.: M4120-3/12-02098 INTRODUCTION [1] Dr. Rima Azar filed a complaint against Air Canada with the Canadian Transportation Agency (Agency) respecting damages incurred due to baggage delay, certain portions of Rules 60 and 89 (Part 1)(E)(1)(a) of Air Canada’s International Passenger Rules and Fares Tariff No. AC-2, NTA(A) No. 458 (Tariff) governing denied boarding compensation and check-in time limits, and her entitlement to a compensation. Dr. Azar requests that the Agency:  direct Air Canada to reimburse her for the sum of CAD$141.79 for out-of-pocket expenses occasioned by the delay of her checked baggage; direct Air Canada to pay her denied boarding compensation for having been denied boarding; disallow Rule 89(Part 1)(E)(1)(a) of the Tariff; impose upon Air Canada a denied boarding compensation amount that is similar to and/or comparable to its major competitors on routes to and from points in the European Union; and, order Air Canada to pay her costs on a full indemnity basis. PRELIMINARY MATTER Reasonableness of Air Canada’s denied boarding compensation policy
 HFC Extraordinary General Meeting cancelled
Financial Services Monitor Worldwide, January 17, 2015 Saturday

 The Extraordinary General Meeting of HFC Bank scheduled for January 20 has been cancelled because two shareholders had gone to court to seek an interlocutory injunction against the meeting.A statement by the HFC Bank and copied to the GNA on Friday said 13 defendants in the suit included the Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) and Mr Ernest Thompson, the Director General of SSNIT.
 Bayer age discrimination case sent to federal court
West Virginia Record, January 16, 2015 Friday

 Court dismisses conditional appearance suit against Disabled Federation
Ghana News Agency (GNA), January 16, 2015 Friday

 Accra, Jan. 16, GNA - An Accra Human Rights court has dismissed the conditional appearance suit filed against the Disabled Federation by the Ghana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA). The Disabled Federation sued the GCCA, Antrak Air, Starbow and Africa World Airlines last year over their refusal to airlift a physically challenged person. The Federation argued that the rights of persons living with disability would be grossly violated if domestic airlines denied them the opportunity to patronise their services.
 CRANE CO: Completes Obligations to Close Class Suit Settlement
Class Action Reporter, January 16, 2015

 Crane Co. said in its Form 10-Q Report filed with the Securitiesand Exchange Commission on November 7, 2014, for the quarterlyperiod ended September 30, 2014, that the Company completed allobligations required of it to complete the settlement of a classaction related to the Roseland Site.
 Woman files age discrimination suit
West Virginia Record, January 16, 2015 Friday

 Court of Queen"s Bench for Saskatchewan: Métis Nation - Saskatchewan v Provincial Métis Council of the Métis Nation Legislative Assembly, 2014 SKQB 421 (CanLII)
Canadian Government News, January 15, 2015 Thursday

  Court of Queen's Bench for Saskatchewan has issued the following decision: ROBERT DOUCETTE, REPRESENTING MÉTIS NATION –  SASKATCHEWAN, PLAINTIFF (APPLICANT) ‑ and ‑  GERALD MORIN, HELEN JOHNSON, DARLENE McKAY,  LENNARD MORIN, BILL KENNEDY, GLEN McCALLUM,  LELA ARNOLD, MICHAEL BELL, CHESTER HERMAN,  EARL COOK, and DEREK LANGAN, as members of the  Provincial Métis Council of the Métis Nation Legislative Assembly,  and the PROVINCIAL MÉTIS COUNCIL OF THE MÉTIS
 FPSO in Egina Field Contract - Court Orders Parties to Maintain Status Quo
This Day (Lagos), January 15, 2015

 A Federal High Court in Lagos has ordered the Attorney General of the Federation (AGF) and four others to maintain the status quo in the award of the multi-million dollar contract for the controversial storage and offloading unit FPSO in Egina Field within OML 130, pending the determination of the suit. Other defendants in the suit are the National Petroleum Investment Management Services (NPIMS); Nigerian Content Development Monitoring Board (CDMB); Samsung Heavy Industry Nigeria Limited and Total Upstream Nigeria Ltd. Trial judge in the matter, Justice Okon Abang, ordered the defendants to "maintain status quo ante bellum as per the plaintiff's claims before the court pending the hearing and determination of the motion on notice dated November 19, 2014."
 MLA Amirakadal calls on Governor
Kashmir Images (India), January 15, 2015 Thursday

 Jammu, Jan. 15 -- Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari, MLA, Amirakadal, called on N.N. Vohra, Governor, here at the Raj Bhavan today. An official spokesman said that Bukhari apprised the Governor about the various post-flood problems being faced by the people of his Constituency. He also brought to the Governor's notice a number of problems which are thwarting the pace of development in the State.
 Altaf Bukhari calls on Governor;
Kashmir News Service, January 14, 2015 Wednesday

 Jammu, Jan. 14 -- Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) senior leader and MLA Elect Amirakadal Syed Altaf Bukhari called on Hon'ble Governor N N Vohra here at Raj Bhavan Wednesday.  In a statement issued to during his meeting Bukhari apprised the Hon'ble Governor comprehensively about various issues and the hardships being faced by flood affected families in Valley especially in his constituency Amirakadal. He said the snail's pace rehabilitation work coupled with winter vagaries has led to manifold increase in miseries faced by the flood victims especially those families who were rendered homeless by the devastating floods.Demanding a liberal compensation for the rehabilitation of the flood victims, the MLA Elect pleaded that the ex-gratia amount sofar disbursed to the flood affected families is not only meager but does not commensurate with the actual losses suffered by the flood victims. He stressed on an immediate need for the disbursement of full compensatory amounts to the flood hit families corresponding to the losses caused to their houses and other properties.The MLA Elect also invited Hon'ble Governor's attention towards the escalating costs of construction material in the market and advocated for a review of previous government's decision of supplying 100 cft timber to the flood victims. He said the quantity of timber approved by the previous government is highly insufficient given the Kashmir's traditional architectural practices which are necessitated by the climatic conditions.
 AON PLC: Continues to Defend "Northrop Grumman" Case
Lloyd's Corporate Litigation Reporter, January 14, 2015

 Court of Queen"s Bench of New Brunswick: Cormier c Morin, 2014 NBBR 275 (CanLII)
Canadian Government News, January 14, 2015 Wednesday

  WCourt of Queen's Bench of New Brunswick has issued the following decision: COUR DU BANC DE LA REINE DU NOUVEAU-BRUNSWICK DIVISION DE PREMIÈRE INSTANCE CIRCONSCRIPTION JUDICIAIRE D’EDMUNDSTON Référence : 2014 NBBR 275 E/C/10/12 Date : 20141223 E N T R E :  Yves Cormier et Line Cormier,  DEMANDEURS,
 Egina $3.5bn FPSO: Court orders parties to maintain status quo
SweetCrude Reports, January 14, 2015 Wednesday

 Federal High Court in Lagos. 14 January 2015, Sweetcrude, Lagos - A Federal High Court sitting in Lagos has ordered the Attorney General of the Federation, AGF, and four others to maintain status quo in the award of contract for the controversial storage and offloading unit FPSO in Egina Field within OML 130, pending the determination of the suit by a lawyer, by Mr. John Owubokiri. Other defendants in the suit are the National Petroleum Investment Management Services, NPIMS; Nigerian Content Development Monitoring Board, CDMB; Samsung Heavy Industry Nigeria Limited and Total Upstream Nigeria Ltd.
 Provincial Court of Alberta: Schimanski v B & D Walter Trucking Ltd., 2014 ABPC 288 (CanLII)
Canadian Government News, January 14, 2015 Wednesday

  Provincial Court of Alberta has issued the following decision: Eva-Gene Schimanski Plaintiff - and - B & D Walter Trucking Ltd. Defendant Reasons for Judgment of the Honourable  J.N. LeGrandeur Assistant Chief Judge  Nature of Proceedings [1] The Plaintiff alleges that she was dismissed without cause from her position with the Defendant company and that she was not provided with any payment in lieu of notice of termination. She seeks pay in lieu of notice in the sum of $16,640.00 which is four month’s pay at the rate of $4,000.00 per month, plus $640.00 vacation pay attributed to that four month period. She also seeks aggravated and punitive damages in the respective sums of $5,000.00. [2] The Defendant company argues that the Plaintiff was terminated for just cause based upon an alleged breach of confidentiality with respect to the severance payment offered to her at termination. Alternatively, the Defendant company asserts that if there was no just cause as alleged, then the Plaintiff should receive no more payment in lieu of notice than two weeks as provided for in the Canada Labour Code, 1985 cL-2.Issues [3] The issues presented to the Court are:
 Yang Yin's lawyers seek release of funds from his bank account
Legal Monitor Worldwide, January 14, 2015 Wednesday

 The lawyers of former tour guide Yang Yin have asked the High Court to order a release of S$3,000 weekly from his bank account, as permitted under the terms of the Mareva injunction freezing his assets that was granted last August.
 Civil liability of TehGazService insured by Ingosstrakh
SKRIN Market & Corporate News, January 13, 2015 Tuesday 1:29 PM GMT

 The civil liability of TehGazService CJSC, the owner of the filling station in Kazan where an explosion took place, was insured by Ingosstrakh Insurance Company. In accordance with the current legislation, the total sum insured under the contract amounts to RUB 10 m.
 Cook accuses Wayne school board of discrimination
West Virginia Record, January 13, 2015 Tuesday

 Doctors didn't properly diagnose man, suit claims
West Virginia Record, January 13, 2015 Tuesday

 Man blames Prestera for son's death
West Virginia Record, January 13, 2015 Tuesday

 Stockholder sues pharmaceutical company over rejected drug Macrilen
Legal News Line, January 13, 2015 Tuesday

 Australia: Finding of negligence not just about establishing breach of duty of care
Mondaq Business Briefing, January 12, 2015 Monday

 In brief - Proving causation crucial in negligence cases The NSW Court of Appeal's dismissal of an appeal in Jackson v McDonald's Australia Ltd [2014] NSWCA 162 shows that plaintiffs must be able to prove causation when suing for negligence. Slip on wet floor leads plaintiff to sue for damages In May 2014, the NSW Court of Appeal dismissed an appeal brought by Mr Jackson against a decision of the District Court, rejecting his claim for damages for an injury he sustained when he fell at a McDonald's store. After finishing work at 4.30am, Mr Jackson entered McDonald's on George Street in Sydney's CBD. He walked down nine stairs, approached the counter and noticed that the floor was wet, as it had been mopped a short time beforehand by contract cleaners, Holistic. He decided not to purchase anything and, on leaving, walked over the wet floor, fell and sustained an injury.
 British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal: Turbin v. Island Scallops, 2014 BCHRT 272 (CanLII)
Canadian Government News, January 12, 2015 Monday

  British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal has issued the following decision: Indexed as: Turbin v. Island Scallops, 2014 BCHRT 272 IN THE MATTER OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS CODE R.S.B.C. 1996, c. 210 (as amended) AND IN THE MATTER of a complaint before the British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal B E T W E E N: Sergey Turbin
 UK: X Factor, Animal Sanctuaries And The Angel Of The North - Who Said The Law Of Involuntary Bailment Is Dull?
Mondaq Business Briefing, January 12, 2015 Monday

 In the recent case of Campbell - v - Redstone Mortgages Limited [2014] EWHC 3081 (Ch), the High Court considered the duties of mortgagees, landlords and others who find themselves in the position of involuntary bailee of goods left behind at a property after repossession. The factual background to this case is perhaps one of the more unusual and bizarre in the normally somewhat dry area of repossession and involuntary bailment. Following default in mortgage repayments the Defendant mortgagee, Redstone, had taken possession of the Claimant borrower's former home, which also operated as the Rainbow Ark Animal Sanctuary. After possession was eventually obtained - but not before the Claimant, Miss Campbell, in order to draw attention to the plight of the sanctuary, had chained herself to the Angel of the North and appeared on the X Factor (apparently gaining the support of Simon Cowell) - there were a large number of interlocutory hearings and temporary injunctions were granted to enable Miss Campbell to return and recover her possessions. Miss Campbell sought guidance from the court in respect of her claim for damages against Redstone in relation to goods which had been left behind at the property following the execution of a warrant of possession.
 W.Va. SC rules again in Quicken Loans case
Legal News Line, January 12, 2015 Monday

 Woman blames doctors, hospitals for patient's death
West Virginia Record, January 12, 2015 Monday

 Woman says she found rusty staple in Giovanni's sandwich
West Virginia Record, January 12, 2015 Monday

 Denial and inertia are the reasons for high costs - not the banks
Sunday Business Post, January 11, 2015

 There is an ongoing narrative in Irish society that high costing variables exist to subsidise tracker holders. This is not only a bad interpretation, it's largely false. Banks enjoy a low funds cost as it stands. Central Bank Governor Patrick Honohan told an Oireachtas committee recently that the bank is making about 3 per cent on standard variable rate mortgages, so if average rates are around 4.5 per cent then it reveals the base cost of funding. The bank has three main costs to cover: its cost of funds which, from the above, we know is about 1 per cent to 1.5 per cent; its operating costs (staff, systems and branches); and then it has to account for credit risk and make a profit.
 UK: Court Of Appeal Decides Whether There Was Double Insurance And Whether There Was An Implied Waiver Of Subrogation
Mondaq Business Briefing, January 9, 2015 Friday

 The claimant in this case was a consultant in a company ("R") within a group carrying out trust business. R (as well as the parent company of the group) entered into indemnity agreements with him, in respect of his provision of any services to R. PI insurance was also taken out by the parent company (R and the claimant being co-insureds), and the excess layer insurers are the defendants to this action. At first instance, Burton J held that the claimant was an insured person under the PI excess policy and that there was no double insurance here (arising from either the indemnity or a separate D&O policy). The judge did, however, hold that the excess insurers had a right of subrogation against the parent company. The Court of Appeal has now allowed the appeal from that decision, holding as follows: 1) The judge had been correct to hold that the claimant was an "insured person" under the terms of the PI excess policy.
 UK: Frozen: Don't Let It Go
Mondaq Business Briefing, January 9, 2015 Friday

 One of the most effective and draconian powers of the English courts is the freezing order. These orders are injunctions that prevent the party against whom they are ordered from dealing with or disposing of its assets, usually up to a specified amount or value. The purpose behind a freezing order is to ensure that the assets in question remain available until an arbitral award or a court judgment can be enforced against the party in question. Because of the harm that such an order can cause, even a successful applicant must give an undertaking that it will be responsible in damages if, ultimately, it is found that the applicant was not entitled to the interim relief granted. The High Court's power to grant a freezing injunction is remarkably wide. In principle, these interim remedies can be deployed not just against assets outside of the jurisdiction, but also against third parties who are not the defendant in the underlying claim, who own assets that are in fact beneficially owned by the defendant. Those third parties may again be resident outside of the jurisdiction, and have little or no connection with England. Even then, they may find that they are within the reach of the long arm of the English Courts. This article looks at recent decisions that highlight when and how freezing orders may be granted against parties or assets that are based abroad.
 Weekly: Jasmine International in its biggest trailing week gain for 3 months
News Bites - Asia: Thailand, January 9, 2015 Friday

 THAI WEEKLY STOCK REPORT Jasmine International Public Company Limited (SET:JAS), Thailand's 6th largest information & communication technology company by market cap, lifted 25.0 satang (or 3.4%) in the trailing week to close at THB7.60. In the past week the shares have lifted 3.4%, the biggest trailing week gain since Oct 31, 2014. Compared with the SET100 Index which rose 41.9 points (or 1.9%) in the week, this represented a relative price increase of 1.4%. In the past week the market cap has risen THB1.8 billion.Price Change %1-week3-monthsJAS3.4%15.15%Information & communication technology2.21%6.49%SET1001.89%-1.65%
 Court Throws Out Application Against GNPC
Ghanaian Chronicle (Accra), January 08, 2015

 An Accra Commercial High Court yesterday dismissed an application for interlocutory injunction filed by three New Patriotic Party (NPP) Members of Parliament (MPs) to restrain the Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC) from assessing a US$700 million loan. With this ruling, which barely lasted for 10 minutes, GNPC now has the green light to assess the loan. The high court, presided over by Justice Janapaare A. Bartels-Kwodwo dismissed the application on the grounds that GNPC was a statutory body, which has the capacity to act on its own and did not need parliamentary approval to enter into any transaction.
 Flight attendants complained about 'menacing' images on aircraft
CNN.com, January 8, 2015 Thursday 11:39 AM EST

 Thirteen former United Airlines flight attendants say they were fired for refusing to work a commercial flight from San Francisco to Hong Kong after the airline discovered "threatening" words and "menacing" images drawn on the tail cone of the Boeing 747.
 Ireland: Ex Parte Relief And Full And Frank Disclosure
Mondaq Business Briefing, January 8, 2015 Thursday

 A recent decision has confirmed the importance of ensuring full and frank disclosure when seeking an order from the court on an ex parte basis.1 The decision also usefully recites the legal principles regarding the consequences of not making full and frank disclosure. The plaintiff and his two brothers acted in partnership in relation to the purchase of lands and borrowed moneys from the defendant bank to do so. Legal disputes in relation to the lands had implications for the repayment of the loan and, ultimately, the parties entered into a compromise agreement in order to assist the bank in seeking to recover as much as possible of the debt owed to it. That compromise agreement was made on March 13 2013, but defined the effective date in manuscript text initialled by the plaintiff as being three weeks from May 27 2013. Under the compromise agreement the borrowers, including the plaintiff, assumed numerous obligations towards the bank. By contrast, the bank's obligations under the compromise agreement were twofold.  It would postpone enforcement of the borrower's debts (specifically, by not pursuing judgment proceedings during the relevant period) to enable steps to be taken by the borrowers under the agreement.It would acknowledge full implementation of the agreement as amounting to full and final settlement of the borrowers' debts to it.
 Landlord and Tenant Board: TSL-55139-14 (Re), 2014 CanLII 78350 (ON LTB)
Canadian Government News, January 8, 2015 Thursday

  Landlord and Tenant Board has issued the following decision: Order under Sections 31, 69, 77, and 100  Residential Tenancies Act, 2006 File Numbers: TSL-55139-14 TSL-55261-14 TST-55431-14 E.O. (the 'Landlord' a.k.a. the ‘Head Tenant’) applied for an order to terminate the tenancy and evict E.S (the 'Personally Named Tenant') because he did not pay the rent that he owes. The Landlord also applied for an order to terminate the tenancy of the Personally Named Tenant and [numbered company] (the ‘Corporate Tenant’) because they signed an agreement to terminate the tenancy; and for an order terminating the tenancy of the Tenants because they transferred occupancy of the rental unit to R.H. (the ‘Occupant’) in contravention of the Residential Tenancies Act, 2006 (the 'Act').
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