A re-editing of material contained in the Canadian abridgment annual. Indexed by Table of cases volumes.
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The item The Canadian abridgment: a digest of decisions of the Provincial and Dominion courts, including appeals therefrom to the Privy Council, but excluding decisions based on the Quebec Civil Code, from the earliest times to date represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in University of Manitoba Libraries. Canadian Legal Literature () + KE 1 I53a (Ref) Indexes Canadian legal periodicals, books and government publications. Published as part of the Canadian Abridgment (2d). Subject, Author, title and book review indexes. Includes Table of cases and table of statutes. The Canadian abridgment: a digest of decisions of the Provincial and Dominion courts: including appeals therefrom to the Privy Council, but excluding decisions based on the Quebec Civil code: From the earliest times to the end of Publication info: Toronto: . The Canadian Abridgment in print is in fact more than just a service providing digests of case law; there are various components: Canadian Case Citations, Canadian Statute Citations and the Index to Canadian Legal Literature, and Words & Phrases; it is possible to buy individual components or even individual volumes only on specific legal topics.
This is partly due to the consolidation of Carswell and Canada Law Book content from Criminal Reports and Canadian Criminal Cases. Carswell is planning some additional changes to make the Abridgment more prominent in WestlawNext Canada. The book also republishes several charts, including the Canadian court system (levels of court for all Canadian jurisdictions from the ’s to date), Regnal years, Nominate reports, US state courts, and US law reporters. A lengthy chapter is devoted to all of the various components of the Canadian Abridgment. The Canadian Abridgment eDigests - Constitutional Law and Human Rights Applicant, who self-identified as Black and as African-Canadian, filed complaint with Canadian Human Rights Commission alleging that his employer discriminated against him on basis of race, national or ethnic origin and. The Revised Statutes of Canada (RSC) is the consolidation of the Statutes of Canada incorporating amendments and Acts that have been added since the last revision. Thus far there have been six revisions: in , , , , , and
Canadian legal citations follow the Canadian Guide to Uniform Legal Citation, 8 th ed. (Toronto: Carswell, ), commonly referred to the “McGill Guide”, it is the standard style that most legal publishers and legal institutions in Canada follow. The law library carries the latest edition on reserve at call no. KF P ; older. Canadian Encyclopedic Digest (CED) (Carswell/WestlawNext Canada): In print, there is a Western and an Ontario version. Both versions are available on WestlawNext Canada with links provided to corresponding case digests for the particular topic on the Canadian Abridgment on . Canadian Abridgment. 3rd edition. Civil Practice and Procedure volumes. Contains digests of cases organized by subject. The Conduct of Civil Litigation in British Columbia by Fraser and Horn. Two volume set focusing on civil litigation in the Supreme Court of B.C. Organized by subject and discusses the rules involved under each subject. Continuing consolidation of the statutes of Manitoba, , looseleaf. Statutes of It is a citation research service adapted from The Canadian Abridgment’s suite of citator an author and title index, a table of cases, and a book review index. Index to Canadian legal literature / index a la Documentation juridique au Canada Author: Alice Tyson.