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Gavin Hole, B.Eng, J.D.
While expropriation is carried out in the greater public interest, the potential for conflict and costly damages amongst those directly affected by these public projects is high. Today's expropriation practitioner must be savvy in all facets of the expropriation process, including negotiation, options for challenging the decision to expropriate and issues arising throughout the entire litigation process.
Halsbury's Expropriation title is an essential reference for those representing land owners facing possible expropriation and expropriating authorities seeking to acquire land. Unlike other texts with only a provincial focus, this national resource details the application and procedure of the Expropriation Act in each province and territory, as well as the title determinations, vesting of interests, possession, use of land and abandonments of expropriations and compensatory principles unique to the jurisdiction.
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Extradition and Mutual Legal Assistance
Gary Botting, M.A., Ph.D. (Eng), M.F.A., LL.B., LL.M., Ph.D. (Law)
As globalization continues to melt borders around the world, extradition laws in Canada have become a vehicle for securing our nation and achieving positive diplomatic relations abroad. Extradition in Canada is governed by statute and by treaty law, resulting in a cross-section of criminal law, constitutional law, human rights law and public international law. Written by the pre-eminent expert in the field of extradition, Halsbury's Extradition and Mutual Legal Assistancetitle untangles the complex web of Canada's extradition regime and provides an indispensible guide to the balancing of rights and obligations in dealing with extradition requests and meeting legislative and treaty obligations, as well as a succinct overview of the mutual legal assistance regime on obtaining evidence for use abroad.
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Extradition and Mutual Legal Assistance
Gavin Hole, B.Eng, J.D., is a legal researcher and writer for LexisNexis Canada. Gavin received his Juris Doctor from the faculty of law at the University of Toronto after graduating from McGill University with a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering. Gavin worked in the Toronto office of Borden Ladner Gervais LLP as an associate in the Securities and Capital Markets group and the Labour and Employment group, before working as an associate at the law firm of Cobb & Jones LLP in Simcoe, Ontario. Gavin also wrote the Wildlife, Livestock and Pets title for Halsbury's Laws of Canada.
Gary Botting, M.A., Ph.D. (Eng), M.F.A., LL.B., LL.M., Ph.D. (Law), has represented several high-profile extradition cases alleging major crimes as diverse as murder, housebreaking, robbery, sexual assault, abduction, extortion, racketeering and bank fraud. His LL.M. research at the University of British Columbia expounded upon the then-new Extradition Act, which came into force in 1999. In 2002, he was named a founding Paetzold Fellow at the University of British Columbia. Mr. Botting was awarded doctoral and postdoctoral fellowships by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, including a Federalism and Federations grant for travel to the United States to continue his research of extradition law. He has been a visiting scholar and postdoctoral fellow at the University of Washington School of Law in Seattle, honorary research associate of the University of British Columbia Faculty of Law, and legal consultant on extradition practice, advising law firms across the country. He currently practices law in Vancouver, and is also the author of Canadian Extradition Law Practice, published by LexisNexis Canada.
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