Canadian Telecommunications Law and Regulation Binder/looseleaf Subscription

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Canadian Telecommunications Law and Regulation provides a comprehensive statement and analysis of the law relating to telecommunications law in Canada.

Beginning with a general description of the constitutional and legislative framework governing telecommunications services, this in-depth reference deals with a broad range of topics, including the incorporation, licensing and powers of carriers, the regulation of rates, resale of services, carrier liability and the duty to serve, the powers of the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications (CRTC), and the conduct of regulatory proceedings. This work contains a complete discussion of all significant case law and regulatory rulings handed down across Canada.

Supplemented annually, this book is a great reference for anyone involved in this rapidly changing field.

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Telecommunication

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Publication Date:
1993-12-01

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30843460

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30843669

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