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Morden & Perell – The Law of Civil Procedure in Ontario, 2nd Edition

This title provides a substantive consideration of the rules including the recent amendments by two authorities on civil procedure. This in-depth examination of civil procedure includes recent case law which shows how the courts have begun to interpret and apply the new rules.



Publisher: LexisNexis Canada
Country: Canada
Format: Hardcover Book
Publication Language: English
ISBN: 9780433475712
Publication Date: 2014-07-31
 
Price: $340.00
Sale price $289.00
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