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When two parties claim rights to the same properties, what is the burden of proof required? Rabbi Shanowitz presents the Talmudic law followed by Justice Fraiberg who presents the secular approach.

Who's The Rightful Owner?

Who's The Rightful Owner?

Burden of Proof in Property Law

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Who's The Rightful Owner?: Burden of Proof in Property Law

When two parties claim rights to the same properties, what is the burden of proof required? Rabbi Shanowitz presents the Talmudic law followed by Justice Fraiberg who presents the secular approach.
Law; Jurisprudence, Lawyers
Justice Fraiberg sits on the Quebec Superior Court since 1999. He has an illustrious academic record, graduating with honours from several disciplines. He worked for many years at Phillip and Vineberg, and was at partner at Mendelsohn, now known as Mcmillan. He served as general counsel for the St. Mary’s hospital and as lecturer at McGill University Law school.
Rabbi Yossi Shanowitz is director and spiritual leader of Chabad of Westmount. A Talmudic scholar and lecturer, he received his rabbinic ordination from the Central Lubavitch Yeshiva in Brooklyn, New York.
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Anonymous toronto July 18, 2014

cow and calf A cow cannot be separated from a calf, so whoever owns the cow irrespective of whether the calf was paid for, will own both. Reply

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