Alberta Rules of Court Annotated 2020 + CD (Print & Proview)

The Honourable Judge Allan Fradsham

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Alberta Rules of Court Annotated 2020 is a unique collection of all the rules of civil procedure you need to practice before every court in Alberta. Selected and significant case law aids your understanding of the rules, and pinpoint references to quoted pages help ensure efficiency.
Main Volume – Print
All needed practice tools are contained in this portable volume, including:
  • Full text of the Alberta Rules of Court, annotated with direct quotations from all significant decisions that interpret and apply the Rules
  • Full text of the Rules regarding appeals to the Court of Appeal, annotated with quotations from all significant decisions that interpret and apply the Rules
  • Rules of Court Schedule B (Court Fees and Witness and Other Allowances) and Schedule C (Tariff of Recoverable Fees)
Volume Two – Print
  • Surrogate Rules - Full text of the Surrogate Rules, annotated with quotations from all significant decisions, Practice Notes and Forms
  • The Hague Convention
  • Judicial Districts Regulation
Includes fillable forms
Practice Advisor available upon request on standing order subscription
New in this edition
This new edition contains updates and reports on numerous new developments, rule changes and jurisprudence in the Court.
Updates to legislation include:
Alberta rules of Court, Alta. Reg. 1245/2010 as amended by Alta. Reg. 25/2019
The following Practice Notes, and Notices to the Profession have been added or updated:
  • Notice to the Profession re: e-Notice of Restricted Access Applications (NPP 2018-02) Notice to the Profession re: Family Resolution Project (NPP 2018-3)
  • Notice to the Profession re: Calgary Commercial Duty List Matters Being Heard on the Edmonton Commercial Duty List (NPP 2018-06)
  • Notice to the Profession re: Assignment of Matters into Case Management (2018-06)
Updated commentary and case law:
Court of Appeal Cases  
  • Champagne v. Sidorsky 2018 ABCA 394 (Rule 10.29) - The Court discussed three specific principles of the law of costs (costs for the successful party; wasted costs; and partial indemnity).
  • UAlberta Pro-Life v. Governors of the University of Alberta 2018 ABCA 350 (Rule 14.37) – This case provides a summary of the law governing the granting of intervenor status.
  • Legacy Inc. Red Deer (City) 2018 ABCA 393 (Rule 14.54) - Justice Wakeling discussed the requirement that an applicant’s memorandum of argument state the exact questions of law for which permission to appeal is sought.
Queen's Bench Cases
  • Carbone v. Burnett, 2019 ABQB 98 (Rules 3.62) - This case discusses amendments to pleadings after pleadings close.
  • Rudichuk v. Genesis Land Development Corp. 2019 ABQB 132 (Rule 3.68) – In this case, Madam Justice Marriott gave this summary of the law as it relates to applications to strike a claim on the basis that it does not disclose a reasonable claim.
  • Alderson v. The Wawanesa Life Insurance Company, 2019 ABQB 96 (Master) (Rule 4.33) – In this decision, Master Mason provided this overview of the law relating to R. 4.33(2).
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