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so im stil not getting it :( is it actually illegal for a guy to go to a incall, and pay for sex??

 

I know in canada its slim to get caught but still.. can the guy get thrown in jail? or get charged??

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so im stil not getting it :( is it actually illegal for a guy to go to a incall, and pay for sex??

 

I know in canada its slim to get caught but still.. can the guy get thrown in jail? or get charged??

 

If the IN CALL is deemed a COMMON PLACE of PROSTITUTION then yes it is illegal. For instance a MASSAGE SPA that offers FS is a brothel disguised as a massage spa (This would be a common place of prostitution even though it is difficult for the police to prove). A stripclub where the ladies are doing EXTRAS in the VIP is a common place of prostitution. A hotel room that is used for more then ONE call could be considered a common place of prostitution but would be very difficult to prove. A house or apartment where only ONE lady does her incalls could technically also be a common place but without complaints the police do know this is safer for the ladies and I don't know of any place being busted without other issues being involved (Complaints from neighbors, drugs, underage, children at the incall, etc..)

 

But yes... any place that is used MORE THEN ONCE or by MULTIPLE PEOPLE for the purpose of prostitution could be considered a common bawdy house according to the law (these laws are being challenged right now however in our courts)

 

If your really concerned rent a hotel room and hire a lady (18+) for a OUT CALL and as long as everything is done in private your legally allowed in canada to exchange money for sexual services if you follow the law.

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wow MOD,

 

finally the agencies have been touched with this topic.

So many times the agencies think we need them and don't appreciate having us work for them. Lets face it, some girl are bad news. Most aren't though.

Were all adults. We know the whole ''the more we work together, the happier we'll be'' routine.

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On 10/1/2013 at 2:00 PM, mod said:

 

If the IN CALL is deemed a COMMON PLACE of PROSTITUTION then yes it is illegal. For instance a MASSAGE SPA that offers FS is a brothel disguised as a massage spa (This would be a common place of prostitution even though it is difficult for the police to prove). A stripclub where the ladies are doing EXTRAS in the VIP is a common place of prostitution. A hotel room that is used for more then ONE call could be considered a common place of prostitution but would be very difficult to prove. A house or apartment where only ONE lady does her incalls could technically also be a common place but without complaints the police do know this is safer for the ladies and I don't know of any place being busted without other issues being involved (Complaints from neighbors, drugs, underage, children at the incall, etc..)

 

But yes... any place that is used MORE THEN ONCE or by MULTIPLE PEOPLE for the purpose of prostitution could be considered a common bawdy house according to the law (these laws are being challenged right now however in our courts)

 

If your really concerned rent a hotel room and hire a lady (18+) for a OUT CALL and as long as everything is done in private your legally allowed in canada to exchange money for sexual services if you follow the law.

Any one know if those laws changed since or what happened to in-call location laws if its still ilegal if its for more than one client?

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19 hours ago, tipit87 said:

Any one know if those laws changed since or what happened to in-call location laws if its still ilegal if its for more than one client?

Current canadian law is the ‘nordic model’ where all purchase or solicitation of sex is illegal.

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FYI to anyone reading this thread. Those legal advices are pre-C-36 and very outdated.

Please read more recent thread on the topic:

C-36, s. 286.1 - Lyla

Or websites with direct information on current laws:

Fact Sheet - Prostitution Criminal Law Reform: Bill C-36, the Protection of Communities and Exploited Persons Act (justice.gc.ca)

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6 hours ago, QuakeRegina said:

Hmmm.... i wonder what the laws are in regina Saskatchewan.   Anybody know?

C-36 applies to all provinces.

 

 

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7 hours ago, QuakeRegina said:

Hmmm.... i wonder what the laws are in regina Saskatchewan.   Anybody know?

  The current laws can be summarized as ladies/providers can sell their own services, but illegal for clients to pay for sexual services.

Reason why important to understand who you meet, what services they offer and be careful on the words you use. You can ask for companionship or some form of therapies, but if ask the "alphabet soup" of specific services, you'll make yourself vulnerable to get busted.

 

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On 2/22/2022 at 2:04 PM, Greenteal said:

  The current laws can be summarized as ladies/providers can sell their own services, but illegal for clients to pay for sexual services.

Reason why important to understand who you meet, what services they offer and be careful on the words you use. You can ask for companionship or some form of therapies, but if ask the "alphabet soup" of specific services, you'll make yourself vulnerable to get busted.

 

How do I approach service providers then? Also, I remain under threat of being blackmailed as they can send my texts?

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3 hours ago, victorfrancis96 said:

How do I approach service providers then? Also, I remain under threat of being blackmailed as they can send my texts?

  The best options are to avoid obvious scams. Can read this thread on the topic:

How to: Verify pics, ads and identify potential fraud. - Lyla

  Also to contact providers who are recommended:

Nova Scotia Recommendations Review Board | Discussion Forum - Lyla

  And if you prefer not contacting someone by txt, many will take emails or private pm on this forum. Also help to limit explicit requests and stick with the services they offer. If the business relationship goes well, you can privately discuss more options.

 

 

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   More than once I reported this thread due to outdated information.

For the purpose of providing accurate legal advices, this thread should at least be unpinned and replaced.

I already created an updated one:

Current Prostitution Laws in Plain English - Lyla

As I'm not a legal professional, I do provide references to websites with information on the subject matter.

You can use it or not, but members deserve an accurate description of escort laws.

Thank you.

@Kian Lyla @Grace Lyla @Julie Lyla @Amelia Lyla @Lauren Lyla @Samira Lyla @Trevor Lyla @Kayleigh Lyla @Francesca Lyla

 

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