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by: Lisa S. Braverman
This is the only book of its kind providing a practical, comprehensive introduction to administrative law and practice for staff and members of administrative tribunals and agencies. New and...
by: Julie Maciura, B.A., LL.B, Rebecca Durcan
Written for both lawyers and members of administrative tribunals, this guide provides an overview of the Act, full text of the Act with section-by-section commentary and annotation and sample rules...
by: Robert W. Macaulay, Q.C., James L.H. Sprague
There are three principle avenues by which administrative decisions are externally reviewed: petitions to cabinet, appeals to a court, and judicial review by a court. External Review of...
by: Robert W. Macaulay, Q.C., James L.H. Sprague
The fifth edition of this handy reference provides the reader with a practical grasp of the essential principles of this discipline. This edition is expanded beyond the basic hearing that was...
by: Gregory Tardi, B.A. (Hons.), B.C.L., LL.B., DJur.
A must-have for anyone with an abiding interest in politics The principal characteristic of a democratic state is its adherence to the rule of law. In a modern setting, where there are diverse types...
by: Ronda Bessner, Susan Lightstone
Public inquiries have significantly shaped public policy in Canada. In recent years, we have had inquiries into the safety of drinking water, the use of tasers by police, breast cancer screening, the ...
by: David Phillip Jones, Q.C., Anne S. de Villars, Q.C.
This work provides a conceptual framework for understanding the principles of administrative law This text provides readers with a concise statement of the principles of administrative law. Rather...