Without Prejudice ; Not Legal Advice; Nor, A Directive To Legal Counsel. Political Commentaries Only : Errors And Omissions Excepted
- Citizenry Question : Does the fundamental negative bias [wherein, tenants become effective collateral damage] of governing bodies [taxation sustains government], who regulate access to land, issue development permits; regulate safe working conditions; and, therein, monitor and prescribe public health issues as become evident through existing development projects ? Therefore : Is there equitable governance representation monitoring the actions or inadequacies of landlords & / or developers in matters of residential and commercial tenancies; i.e., what evidence exists wherein the three governance jurisdictions adequately reject unscrupulous commercial parties - who possess clouded historical backgrounds - from attaining corporate registry; and, therein, applying for and receiving work and development (renovations / evictions) permits ? In particular, how are the rights of the child [UN doctrine] ensured ? [adopted by Canada : "Implementation and Application. Canada signed the Convention on the Rights of the Child on May 28, 1990 and ratified it on December 13, 1991 . The Convention came into force in Canada on January 12, 1992 ."]. At what point of dispute resolution does it become relevant for government to impose a public trustee in the public interest [where the legal fiction landlord incorporation becomes deceased through moral bankruptcy] ?
Whereas : It is only fair to advise Landlords that they exist by privilege only : RTOAI
A league of Complainants has chosen a primary Respondent; through which to provide a working dispute resolution process; within which fundamental fairness will be determined for all actors; as arises due to domestic and international law; structured through customs and traditions of relevant land rights and governance of defined political jurisdictions; while ensuring that all parties are provided fair and complete hearings; as framed by the Rules Of Natural Justice.