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LANDLORD AND TENANT
Jack Fleming, B.A., LL.B. & James D. M. Fraser, B.Sc. (Eng), LL.B.
A keen understanding of the legal framework governing landlord and tenant issues is imperative for advancing and defending claims in this highly regulated sphere. This newly revised title comprehensively covers both the residential and commercial tenancy regimes. National in scope, it gives both practitioners and academics a keen understanding of the pertinent legislation in every Canadian jurisdiction.
Ruth Sullivan, B.A., M.A., B.C.L., LL.B., M.Leg.
Statute law is the primary source of contemporary law. With the significant rise in legislative enactments and regulations in today's legal landscape, this area of law is of fundamental importance to every practitioner. Written by Canada's leading authority on statutory interpretation, this thoroughly updated title is the seminal source for understanding the construction, use, interpretation and meaning of legislation, essential skills for every practitioner and every law student.
LIMITATION OF ACTIONS
Graeme Mew, B.A. (Hons.), LL.B. & Daniel Zacks, B.A., LL.B.
The limitation of actions is a fundamental branch of the law of civil procedure. With significant changes to the rules relating to limitation periods in recent years, a practical guidebook is imperative to fully understand this critical area of law. Written by leading authorities on limitations law, this reissued title provides an in-depth, user-friendly framework for understanding and calculating limitation periods in various types of actions across Canada.
Donald J. Bourgeois, B.A. (Hons.), LL.B. & Wendy Litner, H.B.A., LL.B.
This title provides a nationally comprehensive overview of the liquor control and licensing laws in every province and territory, with overlapping legislative regimes operating in tandem. Revised and updated, it sets out a clear and concise summary of provincial liquor laws, as well as a detailed analysis of the relevant rules in this highly regulated field.
Table of contents
LANDLORD AND TENANT
II. Residential Tenancies
III. Commercial Tenancies
II. Interpretation Acts
III. Components of Legislation
IV. The Operation of Legislation
VI. The Modern Principle of Statutory Interpretation
VII. Determining the Meaning of the Legislative Text
VIII. Determining Legislative Intent
IX. Overlap and Conflict Resolution
LIMITATION OF ACTIONS
II. Time and Discoverability
III. Application of Provincial Limitation Periods
IV. Exemptions and Exceptions to Limitations Provisions
V. Conflicts of Law and other Procedural Issues
VI. Equitable Doctrines
VII. Actions Respecting Property
II. Federal Regime
III. Provincial Regimes