Constitutional Litigation in Canada (Print + ProView online)

Andrew Lokan; Christopher Dassios; Michael Fenrick

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This one volume looseleaf is a comprehensive resource on the topic of constitutional litigation. It features a full and systematic treatment of the issues that arise at all stages of a proceeding from a practical perspective. Topics considered include:

  • The nature and scope of constitutional litigation
  • Government action who was the actor and what was the activity
  • Parties who can bring an action, who is defending it, and who can intervene
  • Discovery cabinet confidence, to access to information legislation, to international relations and or national security interests
  • Venue who can hear the action, courts to tribunals.
  • Pleadings and procedure drafting statements of claim, applications, motions and class actions
  • Evidence the factual record, experts and Brandeis briefs and judicial notice
  • Remedies declaratory relief and reading in or out, to injunctions and damages, to interim remedies and costs
Both practitioners and students alike will find included precedents, such as pleadings, affidavits and facta, useful. Thomson Reuters ProView™ The eBook version of this publication is available through your web browser, or can be downloaded to your desktop or laptop (Windows and Mac), iPad, or Android tablet. Visit to learn more and to see the complete collection of ProView ebooks.

Est Cost:$378 per supplement (2-4 per year). Supplements invoiced separately.


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Constitutional Law, Civil Rights


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