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WHAT POWERS DO THE POLICE HAVE IN A CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION

A variety of powers is exercised by the police to assist in the investigation of crime and in the collection of evidence. The methods employed among others are:search and seizure;production orders;proceeds of crime legislation;the questioning of suspects; andsome miscellaneous investigative tests.

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THE ECONOMICS OF THE MORTGAGE INDUSTRY

Real properties (real estate) like buildings, lands, residences are generally acquired by a purchaser through taking a loan. The promise to repay this loan is backed by a security, where the borrower/chargor grants a mortgage or charge against its real property in favour of the lender/chargee.  Incidentally, such a loan is  called a mortgage loan secured by real property and stated thus in a document. In common

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Standard Charge Terms, Briefly Speaking

When a loan or mortgage is electronically registered against a property by a lender, it is known as a Charge (a Charge is sometimes synonymous with mortgage). The lender is the Chargee and the borrower is the Chargor. The Chargee will provide the Chargor what is commonly known as a set of Standard Charge Terms (“SCT”). SCT are filed with municipal Land Registrars pursuant to the Ontario Land

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