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Banking and Finance Law Review Vol 10(2) p.221, 1995


In its present legislative form and in its administration, the Ontario Securities Act has taken onto itself powers which this Commission believes were never intended...To correct this it believes that legislation should be enacted which will clearly define and limit the powers of the administrative authority to requirements under such legislation, and that these should not be deviated from for any reason of policy or otherwise.


Published and distributed by Thomson Reuters (c)1995

Reproduced from Mary G. Condon, “Power without Responsibility or Responsibility without Power? Recent Developments in the Jurisdiction of the Ontario Securities Commission”, (1995) 10 B.F.L.R. 221-238, by permission of Thomson Reuters Canada Limited.