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“As a liar, Singh demonstrated the skill of a five-year-old.”

A recent Ontario court decision vividly describes how bad it can be for a trusting family to become entangled with a crook. And for a trial judge who must listen for years, with endless patience, to that crook.  It is a cautionary tale both for those considering buying a used car, and for those who dream of sitting on the bench:  Pirbhai v. Singh (c.o.b. Sarwan Auto Sales) [2011] O.J. No. 910. It reminded me again how lucky we are in our clients, and even in our opponents.

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