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Ontario Superior Court Practice: Annotated Rules & Legislation, 2022 Edition + Annotated Small Claims Court Rules & Related Materials Volume + E-Book – Student Edition

Ontario Superior Court Practice provides annotated Ontario rules of civil procedure highlighting the crucial information and principles you need to argue on the fly. The clear, well-organized statements of the current civil law and practice are often cited in the lower courts and by the Court of Appeal. This is a student edition.

Publication Language: English
Book + eBook

Softcover Main Volume + Softcover Forms Volume + E-Book | 2,446 pages (Main Volume) + 1,650 pages (Forms Volume)

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Published: September 28, 2021
ISBN/ISSN: 9780433515982

Product description

Click here for the professional edition of Ontario Superior Court Practice, 2022 Edition.

The latest legislative and case law developments pertaining to the Ontario Rules of Civil Procedure
The 2022 Edition of Ontario Superior Court Practice incorporates legislative developments and the most salient case law pertaining to the Ontario Rules of Civil Procedure, the Rules of the Small Claims Court and related statutes including the Courts of Justice Act, Class Proceedings Act, 1992, Solicitor’s Act, Limitations Act, 2002, and more.

The Rules book that gives you SUPERIOR practice

10 Reasons Why OSCP is The "On-the-Go" Rules book for All Civil Litigators

  1. Annotations provide a summary of the law with cases footnoted – saves you time to "navigate the forest" to get to the research point
  2. More in-depth and extensive annotations than other Rules books – gives you the answer that is not found elsewhere
  3. Example situations – helps you apply points of law to applicable situations
  4. Annotations edited by the judiciary to ensure currency – prepares you to meet bench expectations
  5. Accessible tables with procedural & substantive limitation periods, causes of action, defences and remedies, and civil appeal routes – provides you with the roadmap for your case
  6. Quick Guide to Preparation and Filing of Court Materials – relieves you of last-minute panic to prepare court filings
  7. Other Sources of topical discussion – directs you to quality publications for further research
  8. E-discovery Checklist – reminds you of the do’s and don’ts of e-discovery
  9. E-Book version that offers portability and free off-line access to full text of cases – allows you to leave your desk copies in your office
  10. “Two-In-One” (Ontario Rules of Civil Procedure + fully annotated Small Claims Court Rules) – saves you the hassle to “toggle” between two Rules books

The New 2022 Edition Also Gives You...

  • The latest amendments to Rule 1.08, concerning virtual hearings
  • The latest amendments to and updated discussion on Rule 4.05, which came into force on July 20, 2020, to:
    • Authorize the use of Civil Submissions Online to submit documents to request filing and/or issuance in an SCJ civil proceeding
    • Prohibit the use of Civil Submissions Online to submit documents that are required or permitted to be filed/issued through the Civil Claims Online system or Teranet system
    • Authorize MAG to collect parties’ information and documentation
    • Authorize registrars to receive and process the documents and to request further information from the users; and
    • Address conflicts between the Civil Submission Online process and the general rules on electronic filing
  • New regulations under the Class Proceedings Act
  • Flowcharts Summarizing Processes under the Rules of Civil Procedure (as of January 1, 2021)
  • Updated Superior Court of Justice Forms and Family Law Forms
  • Updated Rules of Small Claims Court, including new section dealing with Electronic Court Documents, Communications, Signatures, and discussion of new developments regarding the assignee of debt as party per Rule 5.03(3) of the Rules of Civil Procedure
  • Discussion of key recent cases including:
    • Absolute requirement of consent (Duggan (Litigation guardian of) v. Durham Region Non-Profit Housing Corp.)
    • Test for granting leave under Rule 13.03, Leave to intervene in Divisional Court or Court of Appeal (Affleck v. Ontario (Attorney General)
    • Inability to serve under Rule 16 (Omega Process Servers Inc. v. Grillone)
    • Cause of action estoppel under Rule 21 (Catalyst Capital Group Inc. v. VimpelCom Ltd.)
    • Extrinsic evidence obtained by jury (Patterson v. Peladeau)
    • Privilege and other restrictions on use under Rule 53 (Edwards v. McCarthy)
    • Contradictory evidence and the rule in Browne v. Dunn (Curley v. Taafe)
    • Appeal rights in class proceedings under the Courts of Justice Act (Bancroft-Snell v. Visa Canada Corp.)

Exclusive E-Book Functionality
And now combining technology and superior annotation and commentary, the OSCP includes a complimentary e-book version that exclusively offers hyperlinks to full text cases and so you can just read the rule, tap a case and obtain it without additional charge (provided you are online). Plus you can read, bookmark, copy and email text, do key word searches and make highlights and notes. Plus, LexisNexis e-books are optimized for all mobile devices.

Student Edition: Softcover


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Table of contents

Main Volume
Quick Guide to Preparation & Filing of Court Materials

  • Procedural Limitation Periods
  • Substantive Limitation Periods
  • Civil Appeal Routes
  • Causes of Action, Defences and Remedies
Annotated Statutes
  • Courts of Justice Act
  • Class Proceedings Act, 1992
  • Law Society Act (selected sections)
  • Solicitors Act
  • Limitations Act, 2002
  • Evidence Act
  • Judicial Review Procedure Act
  • Number of Judges, O. Reg. 502/99
  • Designation of Regions, R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 186
  • Small Claims Court Jurisdiction and Appeal Limit, O. Reg. 626/00
  • Bilingual Proceedings, O. Reg. 53/01
  • Class Proceedings, O. Reg. 771/92
  • Mediators' Fees (Rule 24.1, Rules of Civil Procedure), O. Reg. 451/98
  • Rules of Civil Procedure (Annotated)
  • Tariffs and Fees

Annotated Small Claims Court Rules and Related Materials Volume
  • Small Claims Court Forms (Annotated)
  • Family Law Rules (Unannotated)
Practice Directions and Policies

  • Small Claims Court Forms
  • Rules of Civil Procedure Forms
  • Family Law Forms
    • Commonly Used Forms at the Family Responsibility Office
    • Forms Regulated by the Family Responsibility and Support Arrears Enforcement Act, 1996
    • Forms Required Under the Interjurisdictional Support Orders Act, 2002
    • Family Law Rules Forms
  • Do's and Don'ts of E-Discovery Practices in Ontario
  • Ontario E-Discovery Implementation Committee Model Document #8 Annotated E-Discovery Checklist
  • Ontario E-Discovery Implementation Committee Model Document #9 Checklist for Preparing a Discovery Plan