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2007-11-01
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O'Brien's Encyclopedia of Forms, Eleventh Edition - Municipal Corporations, Division IX - Print + online
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Description

O'Brien's Encyclopedia of Forms, Eleventh Edition is a comprehensive collection of forms and precedents covering a broad range of legal subjects, and O'Brien's – Municipal Corporations, Division IX, covers the full scope of municipal operations

Founding Editor: Irvin M. Shachter

O'Brien's Encyclopedia of Forms, Eleventh Edition is a comprehensive collection of forms and precedents covering a broad range of legal subjects. It provides, both in looseleaf and electronic formats, thousands of documents which can be easily customized to suit your individual needs. Each topical division includes authored commentary. Providing more than 500 adaptable forms and precedents, O'Brien's – Municipal Corporations, Division IX, covers the full scope of municipal operations. This service also delivers concise commentaries that help you to quickly and easily adjust the related municipal forms to meet your goals and legal requirements. Areas covered include:

  • Administrative and regulatory by-laws
  • Public health matters
  • Use of municipal facilities
  • Licensing of businesses
  • Remediation of land

Also, find commentary on and reference to the Municipal Act, 2001 – the first wholesale change to the Act in 150 years. With the Internet version, easily search for agreements and clauses, integrate and customize them into documents, and email them to your clients. Master Subject Index is available in both print and online.

À propos de l'auteur
M. Rick O'Connor, B.A., M.A., LL.B., became a solicitor with the former Region of Ottawa-Carleton where he practiced in the areas of municipal, labour and employment law, and administrative litigation since his 1989 call to the Bar in Ontario. With the amalgamation of the City of Ottawa in 2001, he became the Deputy City Clerk while retaining the title of Legal Counsel. In 2006, Rick was appointed City Solicitor and, on December 1st, 2008, he was appointed to the newly established position of City Clerk and Solicitor.
In 2005, Rick successfully achieved his Certified Municipal Officer designation through the Association of Municipal Managers, Clerks and Treasurers of Ontario, and was the proud recipient of its 2006 Prestige Award, an honour that recognizes a member's commitment to that Association's ideals and for his contributions to the profession generally. In 2010, Rick also achieved his Certified Specialist (Municipal Law: Local Government) designation through the Law Society of Upper Canada. Rick was also honoured to be the recipient of the Volunteer of the Year Award for 2012 by the Ontario Good Roads Association for serving as an instructor for more than twenty years. In 2013, Rick received the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Medal in recognition of his leadership in the evolution of open and accountable public administration in Ontario.
The author of numerous legal articles, as well as being a regular speaker to various municipal organizations, Rick has also co-authored various publications relating to municipal law.
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