Month: April 2019

What is Guarantor?

The guarantor is an agreement where a private person or a legal person undertakes to pay a debt for someone else if it cannot pay for itself. The person who goes to the castle, so-called guarantor, becomes liable for payment only when the lender finds that the borrower, also called the debtor, cannot pay his […]

Rights of a Person Accused of a Crime

Finding a person guilty of a crime can not be taken lightly. Because of this, the law guarantees certain fundamental rights that must be respected until the judge or jury makes a decision. Presumption of Innocence In Canada, a person accused of a crime is presumed innocent until the judge or jury finds him guilty. […]