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Child Protection Law in Ontario
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Détails des produits
Child Protection Law in Ontario is a practical guide that provides a clear and accessible review of child protection law in Ontario. The book begins with an overview of the history of child protection law in Ontario, as well as a review of the Child, Youth and Family Services Act, 2017, and is extensively footnoted to leading authorities and relevant case law.
- Voluntary services
- Children in need of protection
- Disposition orders
- The role of the Charter in child protection matters
The aim of the book is to explain the relevant legal principles, while providing concrete examples, in a comprehensive, accessible, and practical way to support those working in child protection or learning about child protection law in Ontario.
Who Should Read This Book
- Family law practitioners who need a concise practical guide to assist in their practice
- Non-specialist lawyers and government agencies (Children’s Aid, Legal Aid, Office of the Children’s Lawyer, Office of the Public Guardian) who need a one-stop reference to assist in their work
- Law libraries and law schools who need this invaluable resource added to their library
Table des matières
CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION
CHAPTER 2: CHILD PROTECTION HISTORY IN ONTARIO
CHAPTER 3: FIRST NATIONS, INUIT AND METIS CHILDREN
CHAPTER 4: THE CHILD, YOUTH AND FAMILY SERVICES ACT, 2017 (“CYFSA”)
CHAPTER 5: VOLUNTARY SERVICES AND OUT OF COURT AGREEMENTS
CHAPTER 6: REMOVAL TO A PLACE OF SAFETY
CHAPTER 7: PARENTS, PARTIES AND PARTICIPANTS IN A CHILD PROTECTION PROCEEDING
CHAPTER 8: TEMPORARY CARE AND CUSTODY HEARINGS
CHAPTER 9: CHILDREN IN NEED OF PROTECTION
CHAPTER 10: MOTIONS
CHAPTER 11: ACCESS
CHAPTER 12: DISPOSITION ORDERS
CHAPTER 13: EVIDENCE
CHAPTER 14: SUMMARY JUDGMENT MOTIONS
CHAPTER 15: THE CHARTER
CHAPTER 16: THE ROLE OF THE CHILDREN’S LAWYER