Product details

Publisher: 
Carswell
Practice area: 
General practice
Jurisdiction: 
General
Publication date: 
2001-01-08
Carswell

Prosecution and Defence of Historic Offences: Relevant Statutory Provisions

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Criminal law specialists need a clear picture of the context and workings of key Criminal Code sections and a fast track to the effective dates for changes in the provisions. In some instances, an entirely new Code provision has been enacted. In others, an existing Code provision is amended in some manner. As well, there are some important historical offences, for example, sexual offences. Now you can stay on top of this legislative activity and quickly access significant dates, not just statute chapter numbers. For each selected section, the text of predecessor sections is provided, as applicable, along with the effective dates for each, and any transitional provisions all in one easy-to-use reference tool. Plus, the expert commentary of Justice David Watt explains the practical workings of each provision.

This special publication is a quick reference tool for practitioners, judges, and prosecutors. With it, you can determine, with ease and certainty, when a particular Criminal Code provision came into and ceased to have effect.

Carswell

Prosecution and Defence of Historic Offences: Relevant Statutory Provisions

Availability: In Stock

Description

Criminal law specialists need a clear picture of the context and workings of key Criminal Code sections and a fast track to the effective dates for changes in the provisions. In some instances, an entirely new Code provision has been enacted. In others, an existing Code provision is amended in some manner. As well, there are some important historical offences, for example, sexual offences. Now you can stay on top of this legislative activity and quickly access significant dates, not just statute chapter numbers. For each selected section, the text of predecessor sections is provided, as applicable, along with the effective dates for each, and any transitional provisions all in one easy-to-use reference tool. Plus, the expert commentary of Justice David Watt explains the practical workings of each provision.

This special publication is a quick reference tool for practitioners, judges, and prosecutors. With it, you can determine, with ease and certainty, when a particular Criminal Code provision came into and ceased to have effect.