Back dating insurance
This practice contravened both the TSX Rules as well as RIM's stock option plan that required options "to be granted at an exercise price not less than the closing price of RIM's common shares on the TSX on the last trading day preceding the date on which the Options are approved for grant".In summary, backdating is generally permissible where it is done to alter the obligations of the contracting parties only.Contact the Future Pension Centre to find out if you’ll benefit from voluntary contributions.You may also want to get financial advice before you decide to make voluntary contributions.Here’s what happens in real life with your type of situation, assuming there have been no losses.Most insurance companies are not under any obligation to issue a full refund, simply because they would have had to pay a claim, had there been one.
If that doesn’t work, then live with this relatively small expense, knowing full well that your old home insurance company would have had to pay at least 50 percent of any loss during the time when both policies were in force. Bankrate’s content, including the guidance of its advice-and-expert columns and this website, is intended only to assist you with financial decisions.
Additionally, where the backdating of an agreement affects the taxes that are imposed (or not imposed) on one of the contracting parties, courts will generally only respect the backdating provisions as between the contracting parties.
A court will generally not enforce the backdating provisions as between a taxpayer and the applicable tax enforcement agency (such as the Canada Revenue Agency).
However, it is impermissible where the parties backdate either to unconscionably interfere with the rights of third parties (including the government's right to tax such parties) or where it contravenes applicable rules or legislation. From insurance to real estate, template agreements are the most common form of contractual obligation between Canadian consumers and the industries that affect their daily lives.
Gaps can mean you will not have enough years of National Insurance contributions to get the full State Pension (sometimes called ‘qualifying years’).
The company attempted to impede the unionization by hiring additional employees that were against the union.