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Halsbury's Laws of Canada – Holidays (2021 Reissue) / Hospitality (2021 Reissue) / Hunting and Fishing (2021 Reissue)

Holidays provides an explanation of the patchwork web of rules and legislation that governs the provision of public holidays in each jurisdiction in Canada. Hospitality is the most accessible reference available in Canada to understand the many aspects of hospitality law. Hunting and Fishing offers a concise description of the relevant regulatory framework that governs fishing and the hunting of wildlife in Canada.
Publication Language: English
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$320.00
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Hardcover | 754 pages

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ISBN/ISSN: 9780433506102

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HOLIDAYS
Catherine Morin, B.Mus. (Hons.), LL.B.

The law governing public holidays in Canada affects every Canadian, and routinely generates a variety of practical queries that can often be difficult to conveniently answer. This newly revised title provides a comprehensive explanation of the patchwork web of rules and legislation that governs the provision of public holidays in each jurisdiction in Canada. Topics covered include:

  • Constitutionality of holiday legislation
  • The various kinds of holidays and the rules that apply to each
  • Sunday closing laws across Canada
  • The law relating to days of reflection or commemoration
  • Rules regarding school holidays

HOSPITALITY
Catherine Morin, B.Mus. (Hons.), LL.B.

The rules governing the interaction between hotels and food and drink establishments and their patrons have important legal and commercial consequences that can be relevant to a number of areas of practice, including business law, torts, civil and criminal litigation and privacy. But while encountering relevant client concerns regarding hospitality issues may be easy, finding answers quickly is not. Until now.

Newly updated, this title is the most accessible and convenient reference available in Canada to understand the many aspects of hospitality law. In one convenient source, you'll find a discussion of matters such as:

  • The legislation relevant to the provision of hospitality services
  • The application of occupier's liability law to hotels and restaurants
  • The duties and liabilities of a hotel or restaurant to its guests
  • Legal requirements of hotel operation
  • The framework for tourism development and promotion

HUNTING AND FISHING
Jay Brecher, B.A., LL.B.

According to government surveys, over six million Canadians have taken part in recreational fishing and in hunting and trapping, making these activities a surprisingly significant part of the national commerce and culture. They are also activities that are strictly controlled by federal and provincial law, with criminal and quasi-criminal consequences arising from violation of the rules.

Newly revised, this title provides clear insight into this unique corner of Canadian law, and offers a concise description of the relevant regulatory framework that governs fishing and the hunting of wildlife. Topics covered include:

  • The right to hunt and fish
  • Endangered wildlife
  • Permitted methods and equipment for hunting, trapping and fishing
  • Licensing requirements
  • Purchase, sale, possession and transport of wildlife and fish
  • Specific offences and defences
  • Enforcement powers
 

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Table of contents

HOLIDAYS 
I. Statutory Holidays
II. Sunday Closing
III. School Holidays
IV. Other Observences

HOSPITALITY
I. The Hotel-Guest Relationship
II. The Hotel's Duties to the Guest and Others
III. Restaurants, Food Service and Bars
IV. Laws Relating to General Hotel Operation
V. Tourism

HUNTING AND FISHING
I. Jurisdiction
II. Habitat and Wildlife Protection
III. Methods and Equipment
IV. Licensing
V. Purchase, Sale, Possession and Transport
VI. Offences
VII. Administration and Enforcement