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Section 7 of the Canadian charter of rights and freedoms

Everyone has the right to life, liberty, and security of the person and the right not to be
deprived thereof except in accordance with the principles of fundamental justice.

{everyone} every person or thing of those named] {has}-see have} to hold in the hand or
in control; own; possess to get, take, receive, or obtain] {the} to that extent exactly;]
{right} that which a person has a just claim to precisely right here, right now] {to} as far
as; to the extent of] {life} so as result in of or relating to the property of life] {liberty}
freedom or release from slavery, imprisonment, captivity, or any other form of arbitrary
control the sum of rights and exemptions possessed in common by the people of a
community, state] {and} in addition; also; as well as:] {security} the state of being or
feeling secure; freedom from fear, anxiety, danger, doubt, protection or defense against
attack, interference, espionage, as well as procedures to provide such protection or defense
against ones persons Safety;} the condition of being protected against harm] {of} derived
or coming from] {the} to that extent exactly] {person} living human body, }} A document
that is evidence of ownership in a corporation (for example, a stock or share), or creditor’s
being owed money by a corporation or government (for example, a bond).}} An instrument
that, for a stock, shows ownership in a firm;}} for a bond, indicates a creditor relationship
with a firm or with a federal, state, or local government; or signifies other rights to
ownership] {and}in addition; also; as well as:] {the} to that extent exactly;] {right} that
which a person has a just claim to precisely right here, right now] {not} precisely in no
manner; to no degree:] {to} as concerns; with respect to; involving] {be} to exist;
{deprived}see {deprive} To keep from possessing or enjoying, something that has
undergone deprivation to take something away from forcibly; dispossess;] {thereof} of
that] {except}unless] {in} with; by; using] {accordance} consent; permission agreement;
harmony; conformity] {with} alongside of] {the} that much; to that extent {principles}
standard of conduct, beliefs] {of} derived or coming from] {fundamental} of or forming a
foundation or basis;}} basic; essential,} the fundamental rules of law consent] {justice}
legally right; lawful; rightful} the balanced and equitable administration of law

Section 7 of the Canadian charter of rights and freedoms

Everyone has the right to life, liberty, and security of the person and the right not to be
deprived thereof except in accordance with the principles of fundamental justice

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Deciphered By Chris B aka my_baby_austin@hotmail.com aka Da mon oneloveaustin99