Category Archives: Administrative Law

Registration: good character and past complaints

A regulatory body may, when looking into an applicant’s good character, look at alleged conduct resulting in complaints, even if those complaints have not progressed beyond informal resolutions. On this basis the Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench upheld as reasonable…

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Blog: 2014 professional regulation round-up

While principles of administrative law continue to evolve – perhaps more in this last decade than in previous years – much of the developing law of professional regulation involves basic principles being used to flesh-out new, or at least previous-unexplored,…

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