Peter Kroone of Oshawa Found Liable for Construction Fraud

Peter Kroone of Oshawa Found Liable for Construction Fraud

TFC Contracting / The Cement Finisher May 3, 2018 –   At Canadian Fraud News, we report on decisions issued by Canadian Courts related to fraud, that are not reported in the main stream media, and that contain legal issues the Canadian public and fraud recovery experts should be aware of. The following is one such story. On April 13, 2018, the Ontario Court of Justice released its decision about frauds committed by cement contractor Peter…

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Richard Glen Allison Issued Jail Time for Fraud on Company

Richard Glen Allison Issued Jail Time for Fraud on Company

Why Sales Agent Due Diligence is Necessary April 19, 2018 – At Canadian Fraud News, we report on decisions issued by Canadian Courts related to fraud, that are not reported in the main stream media, and that contain legal issues the Canadian public and fraud recovery experts should be aware of. The following is one such story. On March 29, 2018, the Ontario Provincial Court of Justice released its decision in the fraud that Richard Glen…

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Judge Dismisses Civil Fraud Claim against Dirk Johannes Plate After the Criminal Court Sentenced Him to Five Years in Prison for the Same Fraud

Judge Dismisses Civil Fraud Claim against Dirk Johannes Plate After  the Criminal Court Sentenced Him to Five Years in Prison for the Same Fraud

April 11, 2018 – On March 7, 2018, Justice SF Dunphy of the Superior Court of Justice, Commercial List, in Toronto, issued his judgment in the case of Atlas Copco Canada Inc. ats Plate et al, 2018 ONSC 1588. In this case, the plaintiff, Atlas Copco Canada Inc., had brought a motion for summary judgment against Mr. Plate for fraud, breach of fiduciary duty and conspiracy. The Court dismissed Atlas’ civil fraud claim, even though Mr….

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Abid Okadia, 64, of OK Tax Services, in Toronto found Liable for Fraud

Abid Okadia, 64, of OK Tax Services, in Toronto found Liable for Fraud

On November 25, 2016, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice found Abid Okadia, born July 8, 1954, the owner and operator of OK Tax Services in Toronto, liable for defrauding a Scarborough couple out of for $90,200. Mr. Okadia was also ordered to pay punitive damages of $5,000, and the victim’s legal expenses in the amount of $18,500. In addition to this debt of $113,700.00, Mr. Okadia was ordered to account for what he did…

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Eugene Glassco, Liberian Refugee, Given a Soft Sentence in a “Black Money” Scam

Eugene Glassco, Liberian Refugee,  Given a Soft Sentence in a “Black Money” Scam

Breaking Cases from Canadian Courts At Canadian Fraud News, we report on decisions issued by Canadian Courts related to fraud, that are not reported in the main stream media, and that contain legal issues the Canadian public and fraud recovery experts should be aware of. The following is one such story. On February 27, 2017, the British Columbia Provincial Court of Justice released its decision in the “black money” scam of Eugene Glassco. It took…

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Wolf Heinrich Rubin’s Bankruptcy Discharge Denied, Court Declares Rubin’s Conduct Cavalier and Disdainful

Wolf Heinrich Rubin’s Bankruptcy Discharge Denied,  Court Declares Rubin’s Conduct Cavalier and Disdainful

  Breaking Cases from Canadian Courts At Canadian Fraud News, we report on decisions issued by Canadian Courts related to fraud, that are not reported in the main stream media, and that contain legal issues the Canadian public and fraud recovery experts should be aware of. The following is one such story. On January 22, 2018, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice in Bankruptcy released its decision in an application for discharge from debts of…

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Private Prosecution for Fraud Stayed by the Crown, Crown Not Required to Examine Witnesses

Private Prosecution for Fraud Stayed by the Crown, Crown Not Required to Examine Witnesses

  Breaking Fraud Cases from Canadian Courts At Canadian Fraud News, we report on decisions issued by Canadian Courts related to fraud, that are not reported in the main stream media, and that contain legal issues the Canadian public and fraud recovery experts should be aware of. The following is one such story. On January 12, 2018, Justice Patrick Murray of the Nova Scotia Superior Court of Justice released its decision on a judicial review…

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Trustee Denis Bertrand Declared a “Fraudulent Person” in Village of Cumberland Land Transaction

Trustee Denis Bertrand Declared a “Fraudulent Person” in Village of Cumberland Land Transaction

Breaking Fraud Cases from Canadian Courts At Canadian Fraud News, we report on decisions issued by Canadian Courts related to fraud, that are not reported in the main stream media, and that contain legal issues the Canadian public and fraud recovery experts should be aware of. The following is one such story. On September 5, 2017, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice in Ottawa released its decision in a land transaction case involving a trustee…

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Court Finds Coach Guilty of Fraud for Using Hockey Association Funds for Unauthorized Purposes

Court Finds Coach Guilty of Fraud for Using Hockey Association Funds for Unauthorized Purposes

Breaking Fraud Cases from Canadian Courts At Canadian Fraud News, we report on decisions issued by Canadian Courts related to fraud, that are not reported in the mainstream media, and that contain legal issues the Canadian public and fraud recovery experts should be aware of. The following is one such story. On October 26, 2017, the British Columbia Supreme Court released a decision case where a pair of hockey coaches may have had good intentions…

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Breaking court decision: Abid Okadia, 63, of OK Tax Services, in Toronto found Liable for Fraud

Breaking court decision: Abid Okadia, 63, of OK Tax Services, in Toronto found Liable for Fraud

At Canadian Fraud News, we report on decisions issued by Canadian Courts related to fraud, that are not reported in the mainstream media, and that contain legal issues the Canadian public and fraud recovery experts should be aware of. The following is one such story. On November 25, 2016, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice found Abid Okadia, born July 8, 1954, the owner and operator of OK Tax Services in Toronto, liable for defrauding…

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