Détails du Produit
L95264
Online
$542 per supplement (7-9 per year). Supplements invoiced separately.
Online version of 2 volume looseleaf supplemented book
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2004-06-01
Canada Law Book

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Debt Litigation (ProView online)
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Description
Debt Litigation is the first work available to deal with default and summary judgments relating to debtor-creditor law and practice. This single publication contains information on substantive, procedural and evidentiary law, normally only available from very diverse sources. It provides the latest legal citations and other supporting information, as well as annotations, commentary and practical advice to help point you in the right direction. Debt Litigation provides detailed:
  • Discussion regarding the fiduciary duties of solicitors, including negligence and conflict of interest
  • Information on spoliation of evidence and e-discovery
  • Precedents for the confidentiality obligations of a law firm acting for a lender
  • Various defences to debt prosecution
  • Exploration of lender liability and the demands of confidentiality with respect to financial institutions
  • Review of the effects of the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (P.I.P.E.D.A.) on the banking industry
  • Examination of conventional mortgages and guarantees
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À propos de l'auteur
Michael G. Tweedie practised commercial and debtor-creditor litigation in Ontario for more than 30 years. He is now retired from active practice and provides a research service for licensees in Ontario. He has presented papers for both the Law Society of Upper Canada and the Ontario Bar Association. Mr. Tweedie has conducted many summary judgment motions, trials and appeals, including appearances before the Court of Appeal for Ontario.