VI, c.16) is the act of the Canadian parliament that ratified the Cabinet's consent to His Majesty's Declaration of Abdication Act 1936, an act of the United Kingdom parliament that allowed Edward VIII to abdicate as king of Canada, the United Kingdom, and the other Dominions and pass the throne to Prince Albert, Duke of York, who then became King George VI.
However, it was the Canadian government's request and consent, and not the Succession to the Throne Act, that gave the British Act of Parliament effect in and made it part of the law of Canada, as per section 4 of the Statute of Westminster 1931, which allowed the British parliament to legislate for the Dominions only with their agreement.
Therefore you go from paying 23 per cent tax on your gain to paying 46 per cent on your gain.” Something else to consider about backdating stock options.The law leaves the decision about having a separation agreement to you.When the Ontario Securities Commission slapped four company officials from Canada’s high-tech superstar, Research in Motion Ltd., with a -million fine in penalties and restitution, it was one of the few cases, if not the only case, where provincial securities regulators levied a sanction against executives for backdating stock options.The act was not legally required at the time, as the Canadian government's request and consent to His Majesty's Declaration of Abdication Act 1936 had already made it part of Canada's law) However, constitutional experts noted that "Whether necessary or not, it was clearly designed to demonstrate Canada's equality with Britain in the British Commonwealth and to display the Canadian aspect of the monarchy." Under present Canadian law, the Canadian government cannot request and consent to any British act becoming part of Canadian law, as the Canada Act, 1982, ended all remaining authority of the UK parliament to legislate for Canada, both by the act's own terms and through enactment of the Constitution Act, 1982 (whose schedule repealed section 4 of the Statute of Westminster 1931 in Canada).Back-Dating Child Support – A Kids’ “Bill of Rights” Sometimes separated or divorcing parents must return to court to ask a judge to effectively adjust and “back-date” (so to speak) a previous child support order, in order to take into account certain factors that were in existence at the time the original order was made, but came to light only afterwards.Backdating destroys the equivalent of capital gains treatment and basically doubles your tax.So for those companies stupid enough to backdate not only inevitably do they seem to get caught, witness Research in Motion, but more importantly, Canadian resident employees subject to the Canadian , end up with far more adverse tax treatment due to backdating than would be the case if they had the options priced at a conventional basis at market when the share were issued. If you are an employee of a public company and that company gives you options for 10,000 shares and the market price today is .00 per share, you can exercise these options at .00.• It exists independent of any statute or court order; it also survives the breakdown of the parents’ relationship.There are two common myths about divorce in Ontario, Canada: there is no such thing as 'filing for legal separation' - you are legally separated when you and your spouse are 'living separate and apart' (see below).Court proceedings can be very expensive and take a long time.Signing a separation agreement is a very important step.