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Halsbury's Laws of Canada – Mental Health (2023 Reissue) / Military (2023 Reissue) / Mines and Minerals (2023 Reissue)
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$148* per volume (ISBN: 9780433454946) OR purchase individual volumes at $330 each.
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D'Arcy J. Hiltz, B.A., LL.B., Anita Szigeti, LL.B. & Ruby Dhand, B.A., M.A., LL.B., LL.M., Ph.D.
Society's growing recognition of mental health issues is an important development for Canadian lawyers, who are increasingly called upon to advise clients on the implications of those issues, including questions of capacity, consent, and guardianship. Contributed by several of Canada's leading authorities in this area of the law, Halsbury's Mental Health (2023 Reissue) provides a national explanation of Canada's civil mental health system, and is an ideal reference for every lawyer seeking a clear and accessible understanding of its legislative and judicial underpinnings.
Key topics covered include:
- Implications and impact of the Charter of Rights
- Legal capacity, consent to treatment and refusal
- Substitute decision-making
- Voluntary and involuntary psychiatric admission
- Patient rights and safeguards
- Managing property and personal care
- Community treatment
- Statutory guardianship, committees and powers of attorney
Nada Khirdaji, B.A. (Hons.), M.A., LL.B. & The Judge Advocate General for the Canadian Forces
With Canada's armed forces at their most active level since the Korean War, this valuable title is a timely and comprehensive summary of the law that governs military operations and military personnel. From a concise discussion of the organization of the Forces to issues of deployment, human resource management and military justice, the Halsbury's Military (2023 Reissue) title is carefully designed to serve as the definitive first reference for anyone researching this specialized subject.
Topics covered include:
- The statutory and regulatory framework that authorizes and limits military operations
- Organization of the Canadian Forces, and the role of elected and appointed officials
- Limitation or exclusion of Crown liability for military actions
- Operational commands
- Qualifications and requirements for enrolment in the Forces
- Remuneration, pensions and additional benefits
- Promotion, discharge and grievances
- Deployment of Forces both internationally and within Canada
- Code of military discipline, courts martial, the appeals process, and the role of military police
MINES AND MINERALS
Barry Barton, B.A., LL.B., LL.M. & Catherine Morin, B.Mus. (Hons.), LL.B.
Mining is one of Canada's most important economic sectors, contributing over $125 billion to the gross domestic product, employing over 350,000 workers and accounting for 22% of Canadian goods exports. Halsbury's Mines and Minerals (2023 Reissue) clearly and succinctly summarizes the law governing mineral rights and mining operations in Canada for anyone seeking a basic grounding in the area.
Topics covered include:
- Ownership of mineral rights by the Crown, private individuals and Indigenous peoples
- Prospecting, staking claims, and acquiring rights
- Mining leases and agreements between owners and operators
- Surface rights
- Transfer, abandonment and forfeiture of mineral rights
- Commencement, ongoing operation conduct and closure of mining operations
- Rehabilitation of mining lands
- Tortious conduct, liens and actions in relation to mining
Table of contents
II. Consent and Capacity
III. Administration of Property
IV. Adjudicative Proceedings
V. Psychiatric Assessments and Admission Procedures
II. Defence Organizations
III. Service in Canadian Forces
IV. Deployment of Armed Forces
V. Code of Service Discipline
Mines and Minerals
I. Overview of Mining in Canada
II. Mineral Rights and Ownership
IV. Transfer, Abandonment and Forfeiture of Claims and Rights
V. Actions and Disputes in Regards to Mining
VI. Surface Rights in Relation to Mineral Rights
VII. Placer Mining
VIII. Mineral Agreements
IX. Operation and Closure of Mines