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Halsbury's Laws of Canada – Firearms, Weapons and Explosives (2022 Reissue) / Fires (2022 Reissue) / Food (2022 Reissue) / Gifts (2022 Reissue)

The Firearms, Weapons and Explosives title examines the Firearms Act in its entirety. The Fires title examines the regulatory framework for the use and prevention of fires in Canada. The Food title examines the business law relating to the preparation, sale and marketing of edible substances in Canada. The Gifts title examines the requirements necessary to create a valid gift.
Langue De Publication: English
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Hardcover | 986 pages

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Publié: 24 octobre 2022
ISBN/ISSN: 9780433523710

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FIREARMS, WEAPONS AND EXPLOSIVES
Justice Jonathan Keene Brunet, B.A., LL.B.

In Canada, ownership and use of firearms, weapons and explosives are subject to regulation under municipal bylaws, provincial and federal statutes, and regulations. In addition to regulatory controls, criminal sanctions are imposed against persons who violate Criminal Code and Firearms Act provisions with respect to failing to use and register weapons as required. This title examines the Firearms Act in its entirety with respect to licensing and registration of firearms and discusses the Criminal Code sections creating offences and imposing sanctions against persons who use firearms, weapons and explosives. Also covered is the statutory and regulatory control of weapons and explosives. Topics include:

  • Constitutional and Charter issues
  • Licences, registration certificates and authorizations for firearms
  • References and appeals
  • Part III of the Criminal Code
  • Sentencing considerations for firearms offences
  • Legislative context for weapons, explosives and dangerous goods
  • Rules governing the use of weapons and explosives
  • Modes of transportation
  • Mining and other underground operations
  • Civil liability for injuries

FIRES
Erin A. MacKenzie, B.Sc., LL.B., M.B.A.

Laws to deal with the use, prevention and consequences of fire have existed almost as long as humankind's mastery of it. For today's lawyer, the impact of laws governing the enforcement of fire safety can be felt in any number of areas and on any number of files, from a matter of negligence or tort to a real estate transaction, criminal or by-law prosecution or nuisance claim. This title examines the regulatory framework for the use and prevention of fires in each province and territory, and provides a straightforward explanation of matters such as:

  • Powers and responsibilities of fire officials
  • Fire safety councils and committees
  • Fire emergencies
  • Explosive substances
  • Enforcement, including inspections, fire safety orders and appeals
  • Fire prevention in forests, parks and reserves
  • Controlled fires
  • Permits
  • Fighting fires
  • Investigations and inquiries
  • Criminal Code and other fire-related offences
  • Civil liability and costs

FOOD
Dr. Donald Buckingham, LL.B., Dip. Int. Law, LL.D.

The law regulating food is drawn together from several areas of private law (including contracts, torts and property) and public law (including criminal, regulatory, administrative and constitutional law). Food safety and food quality concerns now link the farmer and the chef. Producers, consumers and their advisers need to understand the private law that assigns liability when things go wrong. They also need to understand the public law that encourages the industry to produce safe food by sustainable agricultural methods and sell it in fair and open national and international marketplaces. This title examines the law relating to the preparation, sale and marketing of edible substances in Canada. Topics covered include:

  • The regulation of food safety and quality
  • Food labeling
  • Relevant issues in tort and contract
  • Intellectual property concerns

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

From testamentary dispositions to simple acts of generosity, the gifting of personal property engages a number of legal issues and considerations. This title examines the requirements necessary to create a valid gift, including gifts given in contemplation of death, from the required intention through to delivery and acceptance. Topics covered include:

  • The effect on intention of legal presumptions
  • Evidentiary issues surrounding the proof of gifts
  • Delivery of various types of gifts
  • Acceptance
  • Failure of gifts
 

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Table des matières

 FIREARMS, WEAPONS AND EXPLOSIVES
I. Introduction
II. The Firearms Act
III. Provisions under the Criminal Code Regarding Firearms, Weapons and Explosives
IV. Weapons, Explosives and Dangerous Goods
V. Civil Liability for Injuries Caused by Explosives, Weapons or Firearms

FIRES
I. Fire Safety and Prevention
II. Enforcement
III. Forests, Parks and Reserves
IV. Fire Investigations and Inquiries
V. Offences
VI. Civil Liability and Costs

FOOD
I. Regulating Food Safety
II. Regulating Food Labelling
III. Regulating Food Quality
IV. Private Law Liability for Food Producers, Processors, Marketers and Restaurateurs

Gifts
I. Introduction
II. Intention
III. Delivery
IV. Acceptance
V. Failure of Gifts