3 edition of Law and the woman in Ontario. found in the catalog.
Law and the woman in Ontario.
|Contributions||Ontario. Women"s Bureau.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||16|
|LC Control Number||68138205|
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Regulating Girls and Women: Sexuality, Family, and the Law in Ontario, For people living in Ontario, as throughout Canada, the period from to was one of great change and turmoil - the roaring twenties the Great Depression, the upheaval of war, and the economic boom of the postwar years.
This handbook is a guide to the legal system for women in Ontario who are in abusive relationships. The legal system is constantly changing.
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In this well-written monograph, Lori Chambers. Launched inthe Canadian Journal of Women and the Law/Revue Femmes et Droit is the only Canadian periodical devoted entirely to the publication and dissemination of multi-disciplinary scholarship in the expanding field of women's legal studies.
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In addition to being essential and inspirational reading for Canadian lawyers and law students, this book will be a welcome addition to any personal or. The Law and the Lady is a detective story, published in by Wilkie Collins.
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This book is based on the author's experience at the hands of an 'imperfect state of law' in early 19th-century England makes a passionate plea for equal justice for women. Largely as a result Law and the woman in Ontario. book this book the passage of the Married Women's Property Act and reform of the English Marriage and Divorce Laws occurred some years later.
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The laws granting women new rights and privileges were designed to force men to behave more responsibly and to mitigate the worst hardships imposed upon wives by abusive or negligent most detailed and complete account of married women's property law reform yet written for any North American jurisdiction, this fascinating study will.
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A draconian amendment in this year to the Female Refuges Act allowed Ontario officials to incarcerate unwed and pregnant women between the ages of 16 and Under the common law doctrine of coverture, a woman's property usually went to her husband with the whispering of the "I do." The man "assumed absolute ownership of his wife's personal property," and for all practical purposes, her real estate as well.
He also gained control of any wages or other income accrued by his spouse. The minimum age for working in Ontario is 14 years for most types of work. However, and year-olds are not to be employed during school hours unless they have been excused from school attendance under provisions of Ontario's Education Act.
Some regulations specify higher minimum ages for certain types of work, as follows. by Patrick Brode, Legal Counsel, City of Windsor. Published with the University of Toronto Press, A pregnancy outside of marriage was a traumatic event in frontier Canada, one that had profound legal implications, not only for the mother, but also for the woman’s family, the alleged father, and for the entire community.
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