Canadian Tort Law, 9th Edition
Canadas Most Frequently Cited Treatise on Tort Law When Canadian Tort Law was first published in 1972, it became the first treatise on the law of torts in Canada. The ninth edition continues the standard of excellence achieved by each previous edition. As the treatise most commonly cited by the Supreme Court of Canada and other Canadian courts, ...
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Canadian Tort Law - Cases, Notes & Materials, 13th Edition
Designed as an introduction for tort law students, this book offers a probing analysis of basic concepts and an examination of the everyday human problems that this area of law addresses. Justice Allen Linden, Dean Bruce Feldthusen and Professor Lewis Klar bring to bear a wealth of experience in the classroom and from the bench to guide students ...
Economic Interests in Canadian Tort Law
The First Comprehensive Canadian Treatise on Economic Loss This eagerly-anticipated publication was created to fill the need for a thorough, one-stop reference source on a complex, multi-faceted subject. Economic loss is often inadequately dealt with in the larger context of the law of torts. This book offers, for the first time, an in-depth look ...
Halsbury’s Laws of Canada – Torts (2012 Reissue)
This volume enumerates, defines, and explains the application of the law in Canada relating to civil wrongs. From intentional wrongs such as battery and conspiracy to nuisance, product liability and Quebec’s law of delict, this valuable volume provides a black-letter narrative of the law for everyone seeking a straightforward understanding of the subject.
The Joy of Torts
(Reprinted from Volume 17 of the Supreme Court Law Review, Second Series) Featuring contributions from a number of respected legal scholars and jurists, this collection of essays was prepared in tribute to internationally respected scholar and jurist, the Honourable Mr. Justice Allen M. Linden