Blakes' Canadian Law of Endangered Species Law (Print & ProView)

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Blakes' Canadian Law of Endangered Species Law is a looseleaf publication of a leading environmental law practitioner. This annually updated two-volume work begins with a discussion on the structure of endangered species law, with annotation on the federal division of powers. It also talks about the common law principles applicable to regulatory law.

This 15-chapter book documents the key federal laws, with particular emphasis on the Species at Risk Act. The author talks about the legislation of each province and territory regulating endangered species, including a detailed analysis of the provisions of each section and related case law. Besides these, the author has also cited U.S. cases, which assist readers to better interpret the Canadian legislations.

The detailed glossary, table of contents, and analytical index make this publication a noteworthy piece on regulations of endangered species throughout Canada.

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Publisher:
Carswell

Practice Area:
Environmental

Jurisdiction:
General

Publication Date:
2007-05-30

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30852722

Sub #:
30833305

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