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A Comprehensive Guide to the City of Toronto Act, 2006

Understanding the legislative impact of City of Toronto Act, 2006 and the powers that have been bestowed upon Toronto is vital for all persons who deal with the city. This title offers practitioners everything they require to navigate this new legislative regime.

Format:   Book

Author :  Leo F. Longo, LL.B. & John Mascarin, M.A., LL.B.

A Practical Guide to the Ontario Municipal Board, 2nd Edition

This guide provides all the information you need about appearing before the board and answers these four key questions: What does the Board do? How is an appeal made? How is a Board hearing conducted? And how do you prepare for a Board hearing?

Format:   Book

Author :  Bruce W. Krushelnicki

A User's Guide to Municipal By-laws, 2nd Edition

This guide will help you to draft, review and implement by-laws, revise existing by-laws, correct vulnerabilities, follow grammar rules to avoid legal loopholes, avoid claims of conflict of interest and bad faith, and defend legal challenges to by-laws.

Format:   Book

Author :  M. Virginia MacLean, Q.C. & John R. Tomlinson LL.B.

Bidding and Tendering – What is the Law? 5th Edition

This edition will help you learn from the moves and mistakes of others. It not only explains the basic legal principles but also fully updates you on changes to construction law since publication of the widely referenced fourth edition in 2009.

Format:   Book

Author :  Paul Sandori, Dipl. Ing. Arch., O.A.A., F.R.A.I.C. & William M. Pigott, B.A., LL.B.

Conduct Handbook for Municipal Employees & Officials, 2nd Edition

This guide for councillors, local boards, senior officials and their professional advisers provides breakthrough guidance on handling fraud, corruption, bribery, nepotism, conflict of interest, abuse of office, political activity, etc.

Format:   Book

Author :  M. Rick O'Connor, Peter-John Sidebottom & David White