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CUSTOMS AND EXCISE
Greg Kanargelidis, B.Comm., LL.B., LL.M. & Brenda C. Swick, B.Sc. (Hons. Econ), LL.B.
As international trade continues to expand, so too does the importance of customs and excise laws that regulate the movement of goods across national and international borders. Customs and excise expenses have increasingly become part of many businesses’ typical operating costs, and so the knowledgeable legal practitioner must be able to advise such organizations on the types of goods that can be imported and exported, and the fees associated with their movement.
Halsbury’s Laws of Canada – Customs and Excise (2021 Reissue) is a practical guide to Canada’s complex regulatory regime. With detailed discussion of the applicable legislation, including the Customs Act, Customs Tariffs, Excise Act, and Excise Act, 2001, as well as the Canada-United States-Mexico Agreement, this title provides useful, at-your-fingertips information on the fundamental requirements of the importation and exportation of goods in Canada.
Bruce Feldthusen, B.A., LL.B., LL.M., S.J.D. & Lawrence David, B.A., B.C.L./LL.B., LL.M.
The law of damages pervades virtually every area of practice. In pursuing a remedy for any cause of action, it is imperative that a practitioner claim the appropriate head of damages, understand the basis for that claim, and be proficient in the calculations used by the courts in their assessment. The law of damages has undergone a fundamental shift in the last decade, most notably in the calculation of non-pecuniary loss, making it vital for practitioners to stay abreast of this fundamental topic.
Halsbury’s Laws of Canada – Damages (2021 Reissue) provides an accessible framework and superior analysis of the classification and forms of damages and the factors relevant to their assessment at trial and on appeal. This title is an imperative resource for any practitioner with a litigation practice, particularly those working in the areas of contracts, torts and employment law.
Table of contents
CUSTOMS AND EXCISE
III. Imports and Exports
IV. Canada-United States-Mexico Agreement
II. Classification of Damages
III. Form of the Damages Award
IV. Factors Relevant in the Assessment of Damages
V. Breach of Contract
VI. Measure of Damages in Tort
VII. Wrongful Death
VIII. Limiting Principles
IX. Damages on Appeal