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proving and obtaining admissible in regards to an invasion of privacy


Asked almost 2 years ago in Ontario
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Your question is not really clear to me. 

The Criminal Code, R.S.C. 1985, c. C-46 [Criminal Code] imposes a general prohibition on an interception (recording) of private communications but then provides an exception where one of the parties to the private communication consents to the interception of that communication.

Thus, broadly speaking, Canadians can legally record their own conversations with other people, but not other peoples' conversations that they are not involved in. 

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Yours very truly,
CARYMA SA'D Lawyer & Notary Public
 

Posted over 1 year ago

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