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Quiz 2 :

Resolution of Disputes

Quiz 2 :

Resolution of Disputes

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The same set of facts can result in both a criminal and civil court action.
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True

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The Desormeaux and Clendenning cases are examples of how the same set of facts can result in both a criminal and civil matter.
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A business person needs to only be aware of the levels of court in the province in which they do business.
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False

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Parties must seek leave to appeal their case at the Supreme Court of Canada.
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Every lawsuit has only one plaintiff and one defendant.
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An appeal of a British Columbia Small Claims decisions can be made to the BC Supreme Court.
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A decision by a provincial Appeal Court is made by only one Judge.
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Civil litigation is a form of Alternative Dispute Resolution.
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The burden of proof in a civil matter means the plaintiff must prove their case beyond a reasonable doubt.
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Most matters concerning businesses are dealt with in a criminal court.
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A lawsuit can have more than one plaintiff and more than one defendant.
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Decisions of the Supreme Court of Canada are final and can cannot be appealed.
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Most matters concerning businesses are dealt with in a civil court.
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You believe that the Judge made an error in your case. You can have your case re-heard by a jury.
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Mary is suing John for failing to pay for the goods he bought from her. Mary has to prove her case beyond a reasonable doubt.
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Decisions of the Supreme Court of Canada must be decided by all 9 Justices.
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The burden of proof in a civil matter means the plaintiff must prove their case on a balance of probabilities.
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Most civil court matters are decided by having a trial.
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If the losing party disagrees with the decision of the court, then they can have a different judge in that court review the decision.
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A party can appeal any case in which they do not like the decision.
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