City of Toronto Act and Related Municipal Legislation A User's Manual - 2014

George Rust-D'Eye; Ophir Bar-Moshe; Andrew James

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A comprehensive, easy-to-use resource of municipal law and practice

This new work, the sister publication to Ontario Municipal Law: A User's Manual by the same authors, is designed to provide a comprehensive, easy-to-use resource of municipal law and practice to Toronto-area professionals, including councils and council members, clerks and other municipal officers, municipal and personal injury lawyers, and anyone interested in the powers and responsibilities of the City of Toronto. Features of the 2014 edition include:
  • 33 checklists providing quick and accurate reference to the law governing key issues in municipal law in the City of Toronto
  • Full text of the City of Toronto Act, 2006, annotated with explanatory commentary regarding the key provisions and parts of the Act, as well as the Municipal Conflict of Interest Act, Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, and Municipal Elections Act, 1996
  • All significant regulations embedded under pertinent sections of each statute
  • Case law annotations setting out how the provisions have been interpreted or applied by the courts, including all Court of Appeal decisions and the significant Divisional Court and Superior Court decisions
  • Election 2014 material including the full text of the Municipal Elections Act, 1996, annotated with commentary, and practical checklists
  • Finding tools such as a table of cases, tab dividers with contents listings, and practice-oriented index

Est Cost:New editions supplied on standing order subscription


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Municipal Government


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