Orkin on the Law of Costs, Second Edition (Print & ProView)

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Orkin on the Law of Costs, Second Edition is a unique looseleaf service that covers all cost issues in legal proceedings.

This is a unique looseleaf service that covers all cost issues in legal proceedings, with relevant decisions analyzed and rules of court and tariffs referenced for every jurisdiction.

This practical all-in-one resource provides coverage of:

  • The awarding and fixing or assessment of costs between party-and-party and between solicitor-and-client
  • Costs in both civil and criminal proceedings
  • Costs awards in bankruptcy and insolvency proceedings and Construction Liens
  • Costs at every level of the judicial system, both provincial and federal, from Small Claims Court to the Supreme Court of Canada
  • Costs under the Legal Aid Ontario.

Make quick sense of the complex nature of costs with useful features like Appendix of Forms, more than 8,000 cases, and an index of more than 70 statutes.

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