(4) Article 2919, Civil Code of Quebec
, whereby an owner may revendicate stolen property against a good faith possessor up to three years from the theft.
in the United States (32) and under the Personal Property Security Acts (33) and the Civil Code of Quebec
(9.) As Ross notes, article 976 of the Civil Code of Quebec
has an analogue in articles 667 through 669 of the Louisiana Civil Code.
As stated above, necessity jurisdiction was adopted in Canada under article 3136 of the Civil Code of Quebec
Contrary to what Vivendi claimed, the judge held that, pursuant to article 3148 (3) of the Civil Code of Quebec
("C.C.Q."), Quebec authorities have jurisdiction to hear the action provided the class action is authorized.
The equality issue was whether excluding de facto (common law) spouses from the Civil Code of Quebec
provisions that mandate property sharing and spousal support when either a marriage or civil union breaks down violates section 15(1) of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms ("Charter").
A provision of the Civil Code of Quebec
authorizes the exercise of jurisdiction on these bases.
Article 1474 of the Civil Code of Quebec
defines gross fault as a fault which shows gross recklessness, gross carelessness or gross negligence.
Canada, I suggest that article 976 of the Civil Code of Quebec
The coming into force of the Civil Code of Quebec
(CCQ) brought with it a wholly renewed trust institution.