Wilson on Children & Property and Civil Participation
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General Editor: Farrah Hudani
Former General Editor: Jeffery Wilson
Author: Katherine Long
Derived from the definitive loose-leaf text Wilson on Children and the Law, this new publication offers a comprehensive look at children in regards to property and civil participation in Ontario. It is an affordable, accessible volume that will be particularly helpful for anyone who must address this subject, including family law lawyers, legal aid clinics, judges and patrons of law libraries.
- Children owning property
- Children and their ability to contract
- Children and employment
- Civil and social participation
- Privacy and provincial child protection legislation
- Children and civil actions, civil liability and civil procedure
- Children and capacity, consent and liability for treatment
Table of contents
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Children Owning Property
Chapter 3: Children and their Ability to Contract
Chapter 4: Employment
Chapter 5: Civil and Social Participation
Chapter 6: Protection of Privacy
Chapter 7: Civil Actions
Chapter 8: Civil Liability
Chapter 9: Civil Procedure
Chapter 10: The Remedy
Chapter 11: Capacity, Consent and Liability for Treatment