Saved By A Two-Letter Typo

A two-letter typo in a zoning bylaw is enough to dismiss charges against alleged scofflaws, says an Ontario justice of the peace. The typo was just enough to make the bylaw nonsensical, ruled the court: “You must be wondering if you could be convicted under a municipal bylaw containing wording that makes no sense.”

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