With contributions from: Sarah Kim, J.D., M. Sc. (Miller Thomson LLP)
This book provides a thorough annotation of the Municipal Act, 2001
. Lawyers, administrators, and even professors seeking to quickly determine questions of municipal law will easily find their answers in the pages of this wholly comprehensive publication, as it contains the latest in case law and commentary on the Act, all carefully organized to optimize referencing.
Aiming to make an often labyrinthine Act more accessible, especially to non-lawyers and occasional users, the authors examine and then paraphrase every section in the statute. Commentary is available for every section and most subsections, and combines the history and policy behind the Act, with the most recent, leading case law to form the fullest picture of where the legislature and the courts stand on every issue of municipal law. In addition to the careful analysis of the Municipal Act, 2001
, the book includes a tab devoted to those distinctions that exist as against the City of Toronto Act, 2006
. Again, the authors have detailed and paraphrased any distinguishable sections between the two acts and provided insightful commentary. The publication includes an exhaustive table of contents and an accompanying index, which will assist any researcher who needs their work done properly and on time.
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