Product details

Publisher: 
Carswell
Practice area: 
Civil procedure, Litigation
Jurisdiction: 
Alberta
Publication date: 
2022-08-02
Carswell

Alberta Rules of Court Annotated, 2023 Edition, Print and ProView eBook

Availability: Partial Stock

Alberta Rules of Court Annotated is a unique collection of all the rules of civil procedure you need to practice before every court in Alberta. Selected and significant case law aid your understanding of the rules, and pinpoint references to quoted pages help ensure efficiency.

This invaluable reference tool contains the full text of all the rules, as amended, that govern procedure in Alberta courts. Includes direct quotations from all significant decisions that interpret or apply the rules; practice directions issued by the court; cross-references to related rules; and a comprehensive index.


Also includes the Alberta Civil Practice Advisor (available upon request), a monthly email supplement of key practice cases, free with a standing order subscription.


New in this edition


Legislation updated to Alberta Gazette Vol. 118:07 (April 15, 2022).


This new edition contains updates and reports on numerous new developments, rule changes, and jurisprudence in the Court, including:

  • Updates to legislation include: Alberta Rules of Court, Alta. Reg. 124/2010 as amended by Alta. Reg. 139/2021
  • Updates to Practice Notes, and Notices to the Profession


This new edition also contains updated commentary and case law, including:

  • Feeney v. Alberta 2021 ABCA 398 (Rule 1.5) – proposition that courts are to administer equal justice under law, and while that may involve lenience to an error on occasion, justice must also remain neutral.
  • 1242311 Alberta Ltd. v. Tricon Developments Inc. 2021 ABCA 418 (Rule 14.25) –reviews the limits on the grounds of appeal.
  • The Alberta Teachers’ Association v. Buffalo Trail Public Schools Regional Division No. 28 2022 ABCA 13 (Rule 14.5) – discusses the concept of mootness.
  • Alberta Health Services v. Pawlowski 2021 ABCA 344 (Rule 14.8) - discusses when the appeal period starts to run when there has been a finding of contempt
  • Knelsen Sand & Gravel Ltd. v. Harco Enterprises Ltd. 2021 ABCA 362 (Rule 14.48) – explained how the tripartite test applies to money judgments.
  • CNOOC Petroleum North America ULC v. 801 Seventh Inc. 2021 ABQB 861 (Rule 5.6) - discussed solicitor-client privilege as it applies to strands of communication between lawyer and client
  • Signalta Resources Limited v. Canadian Natural Resources Limited 2021 ABQB 867 (Rule 5.27) – provides an overview of the operation of Rule 5.27, and a practical demonstration of the possible consequence when the party providing the amended answers to undertakings does not comply with the Rule.
  • Auer v. Auer 2021 ABQB 860 (Rule 10.31) - discussed when costs should be awarded to an Intervenor
  • Wade v. Wade 2021 ABQB 865(Rule 10.51and Rule 10.52) - outlined the procedures created by Rules 10.51 and 10.52
  • Rocky View (County) v. Wright 2021 ABQB 930 (Rule 10.33) - Justice Devlin stated that using the legal process for an improper purpose can amount to an abuse of process and lead to an award of enhanced costs.


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Carswell

Alberta Rules of Court Annotated, 2023 Edition, Print and ProView eBook

Availability: Partial Stock

Description

Alberta Rules of Court Annotated is a unique collection of all the rules of civil procedure you need to practice before every court in Alberta. Selected and significant case law aid your understanding of the rules, and pinpoint references to quoted pages help ensure efficiency.

This invaluable reference tool contains the full text of all the rules, as amended, that govern procedure in Alberta courts. Includes direct quotations from all significant decisions that interpret or apply the rules; practice directions issued by the court; cross-references to related rules; and a comprehensive index.


Also includes the Alberta Civil Practice Advisor (available upon request), a monthly email supplement of key practice cases, free with a standing order subscription.


New in this edition


Legislation updated to Alberta Gazette Vol. 118:07 (April 15, 2022).


This new edition contains updates and reports on numerous new developments, rule changes, and jurisprudence in the Court, including:

  • Updates to legislation include: Alberta Rules of Court, Alta. Reg. 124/2010 as amended by Alta. Reg. 139/2021
  • Updates to Practice Notes, and Notices to the Profession


This new edition also contains updated commentary and case law, including:

  • Feeney v. Alberta 2021 ABCA 398 (Rule 1.5) – proposition that courts are to administer equal justice under law, and while that may involve lenience to an error on occasion, justice must also remain neutral.
  • 1242311 Alberta Ltd. v. Tricon Developments Inc. 2021 ABCA 418 (Rule 14.25) –reviews the limits on the grounds of appeal.
  • The Alberta Teachers’ Association v. Buffalo Trail Public Schools Regional Division No. 28 2022 ABCA 13 (Rule 14.5) – discusses the concept of mootness.
  • Alberta Health Services v. Pawlowski 2021 ABCA 344 (Rule 14.8) - discusses when the appeal period starts to run when there has been a finding of contempt
  • Knelsen Sand & Gravel Ltd. v. Harco Enterprises Ltd. 2021 ABCA 362 (Rule 14.48) – explained how the tripartite test applies to money judgments.
  • CNOOC Petroleum North America ULC v. 801 Seventh Inc. 2021 ABQB 861 (Rule 5.6) - discussed solicitor-client privilege as it applies to strands of communication between lawyer and client
  • Signalta Resources Limited v. Canadian Natural Resources Limited 2021 ABQB 867 (Rule 5.27) – provides an overview of the operation of Rule 5.27, and a practical demonstration of the possible consequence when the party providing the amended answers to undertakings does not comply with the Rule.
  • Auer v. Auer 2021 ABQB 860 (Rule 10.31) - discussed when costs should be awarded to an Intervenor
  • Wade v. Wade 2021 ABQB 865(Rule 10.51and Rule 10.52) - outlined the procedures created by Rules 10.51 and 10.52
  • Rocky View (County) v. Wright 2021 ABQB 930 (Rule 10.33) - Justice Devlin stated that using the legal process for an improper purpose can amount to an abuse of process and lead to an award of enhanced costs.


About Thomson Reuters ProView

ProView is the way to read Thomson Reuters eBooks and eLooseleafs, published primarily for legal, accounting, human resources, and tax professions. The Thomson Reuters ProView web-based application is accessed via your browser. With the new ProView web app, offline capability is now available from your browser. The web application has a responsive design and is compatible with desktop, laptop and mobile devices.