Product details

Publisher: 
Carswell
Practice area: 
Civil procedure, Litigation
Jurisdiction: 
Canada
Publication date: 
2022-06-08
Carswell

Supreme Court of Canada Practice 2022, Print and ProView eBook

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The complete and portable Supreme Court of Canada Practice is the essential guide for practice before the Supreme Court of Canada.

This newly released edition brings you up to date on changes to the rules and practice before the court, describes these changes in depth, and provides comprehensive background and context behind them.

New in this Edition:

  • Legislation has been updated up to Canada Gazette Vol. 156:6 (March 16, 2022).
  • Commentary and annotations have been updated to reflect all recent developments.
  • Cases added to the new edition include:
  • R. v. C.P., 2021 SCC 19 – review of s. 37(10) of the Youth Criminal Justice Act requiring that a young person must obtain leave before they can appeal to the Supreme Court.
  • R. v. Esseghaier, 2021 SCC 9 – review of the Court's discretion to remand “any part of an appeal”
  • Association de médiation familiale du Québec v. Bouvier, 2021 SCC 54 – provides insight into the Court’s exercise of discretion in costs awards
  • Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church of Canada St. Mary Cathedral v. Aga, 2021 SCC 22 – review of motion to adduce fresh evidence
  • Ville de Montreal c. Groupe SMI Inc. et al, Doc. 39186 - review of rule 18 which deals with the addition of a new party, and the substitution or removal of an existing party.

Practice Advisor: Bonus Offer to Standing Order Subscribers. Practice Advisor is derived from the decisions published in Carswell Practice Cases. It is designed to keep you current and up to date on all significant topics, decisions, and changes that pertain to civil litigation in Canada including a cumulative report of all changes that have occurred since the book was published, and a separate currency report of changes since the last Practice Advisor was issued. Delivered in quarterly electronic supplements, this resource is exclusively available, free of charge, to standing order subscribers, upon request.

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Carswell

Supreme Court of Canada Practice 2022, Print and ProView eBook

Description

The complete and portable Supreme Court of Canada Practice is the essential guide for practice before the Supreme Court of Canada.

This newly released edition brings you up to date on changes to the rules and practice before the court, describes these changes in depth, and provides comprehensive background and context behind them.

New in this Edition:

  • Legislation has been updated up to Canada Gazette Vol. 156:6 (March 16, 2022).
  • Commentary and annotations have been updated to reflect all recent developments.
  • Cases added to the new edition include:
  • R. v. C.P., 2021 SCC 19 – review of s. 37(10) of the Youth Criminal Justice Act requiring that a young person must obtain leave before they can appeal to the Supreme Court.
  • R. v. Esseghaier, 2021 SCC 9 – review of the Court's discretion to remand “any part of an appeal”
  • Association de médiation familiale du Québec v. Bouvier, 2021 SCC 54 – provides insight into the Court’s exercise of discretion in costs awards
  • Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church of Canada St. Mary Cathedral v. Aga, 2021 SCC 22 – review of motion to adduce fresh evidence
  • Ville de Montreal c. Groupe SMI Inc. et al, Doc. 39186 - review of rule 18 which deals with the addition of a new party, and the substitution or removal of an existing party.

Practice Advisor: Bonus Offer to Standing Order Subscribers. Practice Advisor is derived from the decisions published in Carswell Practice Cases. It is designed to keep you current and up to date on all significant topics, decisions, and changes that pertain to civil litigation in Canada including a cumulative report of all changes that have occurred since the book was published, and a separate currency report of changes since the last Practice Advisor was issued. Delivered in quarterly electronic supplements, this resource is exclusively available, free of charge, to standing order subscribers, upon request.

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.