RCMP decision overturned

Court of Appeal rules lower court didn’t have jurisdiction to hear case in which it awarded more than $500,000 in damages to former RCMP jail guard and his wife
|Canadian Employment Law Today

The Newfoundland and Labrador Court of Appeal has overturned a lower court’s decision that ordered the RCMP to pay one of its former jail guards, and his wife, more than $500,000.

The lower court’s decision, as reported on page 3278 of the Aug. 4, 2004, issue of

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