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  • Lucien Beauregard
    May 06, 2014 - 21:17

    Does the “good faith” argument have any merit? In it-self : No ! Because le Code Civil du Quebec doesn't allow a contract to be reopened. A contract is a contract ! However, in 1999, Hydro-Quebec and Nalcor made a Shareholder agreement which was by it -self a breach in the 1969 Contract. The Contract had been broken. Because of this pecedent, Quebec Judges are now allowed to make any other changes in the contract, this including the energy price.

  • Gobblygook
    September 21, 2013 - 13:28

    Obviously if the lawyers within Nalcor leave Martin to comment directly on the law, the good faith has little merit. If it did Gilbert Bennet would be all mouth about it. HQ has acted in just as good faith toward NL as Nalcor has toward Labrador people. What we will see soon is a collusion between our pig-iron-willed patsy come lately premiers, some unholy alliance that puts Labrador in worse shape after the megameal of contracts is over. All this was engineered to force NL power through quebec, same pipeline tactics, as transmission tactics. Next big one after christmas will be all the problems with ,aritime link. It is a script.