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After a decade of court proceedings, the Quebec Court of Appeal has upheld a 2012 Quebec Superior Court ruling and ordered the bank to pay a total of USD27m to the defunct company's investors and creditors.
Attorney General of Quebec hoping to overturn a 2012 ruling of the Quebec Court of Appeal requiring Loyola to "teach the government-mandated ethics and religious culture course from a secular and neutral position" (LifeSiteNews, 25 March 2012).
He lost there and he lost again in the Quebec Court of Appeal.
Each of the four majority judges in the Quebec Court of Appeal wrote a separate judgment, finding either that Duplessis did not order the cancellation, or, in the case of Justice Pratte, that he ordered the cancellation but without determinative effect since the head of the Liquor Commission had already decided on his own to do so.
On June 19, 2008, the Quebec Court of Appeal ruled that these various provisions were unconstitutional in that they impinged on provincial jurisdiction in matters of delivery of health care services.
Justice William Langley of the Quebec Court of Appeal, upon her recent departure from Montreal for Paris.
In the specific case of Chimitec, (3) the Quebec Court of appeal stated that the Professional Chemists Act "is designed to protect the public" and that "in keeping with this objective, the legislator has granted chemists the right to practice professional chemistry.
1998 L'HONORABLE RENE DUSSAULT Juge a la Cour d'appel du Quebec/Justice of the Quebec Court of Appeal