Canadian Charter of Rights Annotated (Print + ProView online)

Melanie Dunn; Andrew Bernstein

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Edited by two experienced and highly respected counsel with backgrounds in constitutional and criminal law, Canadian Charter of Rights Annotated gives you a clear perspective on the Charter. This resource offers a thorough examination of Charter case law developed over the past twenty-five years. Organized into sections of the Charter, with each section you'll find:

  • The provisions of the Charter
  • The legislative history of the section
  • Comparable provisions of the Canadian Bill of Rights (with applicable case digests), the American Constitution, the International Covenant and the European Convention
  • Practical and helpful annotations, organized by topic of decisions interpreting and applying the Charter

Also included in the work are:

  • Table of Cases
  • Table of Statutes
  • Complete text of the Charter in both English and French
  • American Bill of Rights
  • Selected provisions of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms

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Practice Area:
Constitutional Law, Civil Rights,Human Rights


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