Published September 27, 2007
by The University of Alberta Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||392|
The book is a collection nine essays, five of which attempt to cover the whole or much of the last years for a specific topic (constitutional, family, water, energy, and property law) through the identification of important or exemplary cases. The other four focus on either shorter time periods (a study of the makeup of the bench in its earliest years or the court’s treatment of women Author: James Muir. Home / Archives / No 4 / Book Reviews Forging Alberta's Constitutional Framework, Richard Connors and John M. Law, eds., and The Alberta Supreme Court at History and Authority, Jonathan Swainger, : James W. Muir. Appeals from the Court of Appeal lie with the Supreme Court of Canada, Canada's court of last resort. Other than certain criminal matters, appeals to the Supreme Court of Canada are heard only by leave of that court. Since the Supreme Court denies leave in most cases, the Court of Appeal is the final court for most matters originating in tly: Catherine Fraser. In book: The Alberta Supreme Court at -- History and Authority, Edition: First, Chapter: History and Authority: The Past and Present in the Supreme Court of Author: Jonathan Swainger.
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This page contains a form to search the Supreme Court of Canada case information database. You can search by the SCC 5-digit case number, by name or word in the style of cause, or by file number from the appeal court. Alberta. The official version of the reasons for judgment is the signed original or handwritten endorsement in the court file. If there is a question about the content of a judgment, the original court file takes precedence. CanLII – Alberta Provincial Court judgments; CanLII – Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench judgments. NOTICE: Out of concern for the health and safety of visitors and employees in light of COVID, the Supreme Court of Canada Building is closed to currently scheduled public events at the Court, as well as guided tours, are cancelled until further notice. The Court remains open for case-related matters. Supreme International Vertical Feed Mixers or Feed Processors are available in Pull-Type, Truck Mount, Stationary and Self Propelled configurations. Supreme Delivery Boxes are available in Truck Mount or Pull-Type configurations. The world's best TMR processor. Get more from your feed with the best TMR mix.