This is a person who alleges that they are the victim of a criminal offence. For example, in an assault case, the complainant is the person who says they were assaulted.
A conditional discharge is a type of sentence. A conditional discharge means that the court found you guilty, but you don’t get a criminal record. Part of your sentence will include probation for up to 3 years. Your probation will require you to follow specific conditions. If you don’t, you might get a criminal record and a tougher sentence or be charged with another criminal offence. A sentence is the punishment that the court gives you if you’re found guilty. Conditional discharges are automatically removed from the Canadian Police Information Centre computer system 3 years after the court’s decision.
Getting a conditional sentence means that you don't serve your sentence in custody, for example, in jail. You serve your sentence in the community and there are strict conditions that you must follow. Some people call this "house arrest".
A conditional sentence is a type of sentence that you might get if you're convicted of a crime. If you get a conditional sentence, you don't go to jail. Instead, you serve time in the community on house arrest.
A confirmation of permanent residence is the document that proves you’re a permanent resident. You get this document when you land in Canada as a permanent resident. People who became permanent residents before July 2002 got a document called a record of landing.
A conjugal partner is someone of the same or opposite sex who you've had a conjugal or marriage-like relationship with for at least a year. A conjugal relationship does not have to include living together. But if you could have lived together and chose not to, it can be difficult to convince Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada that your relationship is conjugal.
A consolidation loan is when you combine most or all of your debts into a single, new loan. Consolidation loans almost always have a lower monthly payment, lower interest rate, or both, than credit cards or payday loans. Banks and credit unions usually offer these loans.
Constructive dismissal happens when your employer makes a fundamental change to your work situation and you don't agree or accept it. Because of this, your work or your conditions at work change so much that it's like you've been fired.
If a creditor accepts your plan, one or both of the following happens:
- you pay only part of what you owe them
- you have more time to pay them back