Tremeear"s Canada statute citations

a collection of those cases of value based on the various statutes of Canada, decided between the years 1906 and 1927 and arranged under the appropriate sections of the Revised Statutes of Canada, 1927 and a collection of cases from 1867 to 1927 decided on the provisions of the British North America Act
  • 456 Pages
  • 2.33 MB
  • English
Burroughs , Toronto, Calgary
Annotations and citations (Law) -- C
Statementby John F. MacNeill.
ContributionsMacNeill, John F., Canada.
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 456 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17415351M

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Get this from a library. Tremeear's Canada statute citations: a collection of those cases of value based on the various statutes of Canada decided between the years and and arranged under the appropriate sections of the Revised statutes of Canada,and a collection of cases from to decided on the provisions of the British North America Act.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Tremeear, W.J., Tremeear's annotated Criminal Code, Canada. Toronto: Carswell Co., (OCoLC) Additional Physical Format: Online version: Canada. Tremeear's Annotated Criminal code, Canada.

Calgary, Burroughs, (OCoLC) Document Type. Get this from a library. Tremeear's annotated Criminal code: the criminal code, (Can.), c and miscellaneous statutes (as amended to Oct. 1, ). [W J Tremeear; Canada.]. libraries, these laws are available in book form.

When using these printed statutes as a source, cite them using the following basic format: 1. The title of the statute in italics 2. The jurisdiction (place) and year the law was created (see the appendix for a list of common abbreviations 3.

This is the citation pattern for books: author, title, edition (if needed), place of publication, publisher, year of publication, pinpoint (if needed). Example: PW Hogg, Constitutional Law of Canada, 2nd ed (Toronto: Carswell, ).

Citation Breakdown: A. Author's Name. initial(s) or first name (as it appears in the book), then last name ; B.

Statute Volume: Indicate the statute volume within which the statute appears, abbreviating the title of the statute volume. It is always preferable to cite to the "Revised Statutes” volumes (e.g.

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RSO) where possible. Only cite to a sessional or annual volume (e.g. SO) if the statute was enacted after the last statutory consolidation. More than legal print and online law resources are featured in the Carswell and Canada Law Book law collection. All areas of Canadian law have legacy and groundbreaking works in traditional print, currency subscription and powerful web and mobile formats to inform both legal practitioners and professionals in other industries on all aspects of Canadian law.

As with statutes, a pinpoint reference will refer to a specific section number within the regulation. The pinpoint appears at the end of the citation, with the exception of the CRCs. Example: RRORegs 8(1). Types of Citation Principles; Levels of Mastery; Citation in Transition; Who Sets Citation Norms; HOW TO CITE Electronic Resources; Judicial Opinions; Constitutions & Statutes; Agency & Exec.

Material; Arbitrations; Court Rules; Books; Law Journal Writing; Case Documents; EXAMPLES – CITATIONS OF Electronic Resources; Judicial Opinions. Search. Search the database. Browse. Browse each edition of Martin's Annual Criminal Code.

Table of Concordance. Browse or Search the Table of Concordance. UBC Bookstore - Okanagan Campus Alumni Ave, Kelowna, BC Canada V1V 1V7 [email protected]   Refer to the Bluebook for other citation questions. The Publication Manual of the APA provides a basic citation format for federal statutes.

For all other citation questions related to statutes and other legal documents, use the Bluebook style. You can typically find a copy of the Bluebook at a public or university : 9K.

Criminal Code and miscellaneous statutes, ISSN Kept up to date by permanent and cumulative supplements entitled "Tremeear's Criminal annotations/Annotated Tremeear's Criminal Code." MARC View. Revised Statutes of Canada: Access to Information Act, RSCc A Statutes of Canada annual volume: National Archives of Canada Act, SCc 1.

i) Title - National Archives of Canada Act. See McGill Guide, Rule Statutes often have really long titles and are frequently given a short title that should be used for citation.

Canadian Case Citations in Canada Introduction: Noting Up Canadian Case Law. A critical step in legal research is checking how the cases you find have been judicially considered. Not only will this research tell you if the original judgment is still relevant or if it has been overturned, but the analysis of the case in later judgments will give you different perspectives on the issue.

Rex et al. (), N.R. ; B.C.A.C. 1; W.A.C. 1 (S.C.C.), as one of the cases that consider what constitutes an ambiguity, and where Construction where meaning is not plain, the Supreme Court of Canada stated that absent ambiguity, the words of a statute were to be interpreted in their ordinary and grammatical sense – Other.

Canadian Guide to Uniform Legal Citation (aka The McGill Guide) was created in to establish a uniform bilingual standard for legal citation in Canada.

It has been published by the McGill Law Journal and is now in its eighth edition. Most Canadian law journals, law schools, and practitioners, as well as many courts have adopted this standard. According to Rule (b) and Rule (a), you can cite an online version of a code if it is an "authenticated, official, or exact copy" of a print the online version meets one of these criteria—see Rule (a) for definitions—you cite to the online version as if you were citing the original print source.

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For example, the database HeinOnline contains exact copies of the. Statutes in effect at that time will thus be cited as RSCfor the Revised Statutes of Canada, The chapter number of the statute includes the initial letter of the name of the act.

Examples: Criminal Code, RSCc. C - The citational footnote style is an alternative to the traditional placement of citations, using footnotes only for the citational content that would otherwise appear in the body of an opinion if either the running text citation style (§ [b]) or the citations within parentheses style (§ [c]) were used.

Citation Format: Case Name, print reporter citation, database identifier, + jurisdiction and other citation elements if relevant.

The most common abbreviations for electronic case law services in Canada include: CanLII, QL for LexisNexis Quicklaw, and WL Can for WestlawNext Canada.

For cases from the United States, use the abbreviations Lexis. If you are citing a federal statute currently in force, The Bluebook dictates that you cite to the United States Code if it contains the current version of a statute (Rule ). There are also two unofficial codes for federal statutes: United States Code Annotated (U.S.C.A.) and United States Code Service (U.S.C.S.).

These are both updated in. The widely-accepted system for created citations to Canadian legislative materials (e.g., Parliamentary reports, cases, and legislation) is the McGill Law Journal's Canadian Guide to Uniform Legal Citation, which is also referred to as the McGill McGill Guide is available on a two-hour reserve through the RRU Library and can be signed out at the Circulation Desk; however, if you're.

Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. "How to Read a Case" with UVA Law Professor Anne Coughlin - Duration: University of Virginia School of Lawviews. Cornell University Law School's Popular Names of Acts in the US Code page (shown above) is similar to the print popular name tables in that it also provides an alphabetical list of acts and provides chapter, public law and code citations.

For many of the more recent public laws, links are provided to those laws (in their enacted form though, not as they appear in the code). The Statutes of Canada (SC) compiles, by year, all the laws passed by the Parliament of Canada since Confederation in The Revised Statutes of Canada (RSC) consolidates current federal laws in force, incorporating amendments into acts, adding new substantive acts enacted since the last revision and deleting rescinded acts.

Thus far there have been six revisions: in,  A legal citation refers to a specific source of law. Most of the time, these references are to either printed written decisions by courts, like the U.S.

Supreme Court or the Superior Court of New York, or to statutes that have been written and passed by the U.S. Congress or a state : 16K.

For a law, that parenthetical citation includes the common name of the law and the year the law was enacted. For example, you might write "The law gave qualified employees the right to 12 weeks of unpaid leave for family or medical reasons (Family and Medical Leave Act, )." Tip: Note that the date in your parenthetical citation differs from Views: 11K.

How to Cite Legal Materials Follow the Bluebook style, as closely as you can. Below are examples based on the 18th edition of the Bluebook. For more help and explanations, consult the latest edition of The Bluebook: A uniform system of citation, kept at the Reference Desk [ KF   Rule 12 of The Bluebook (20th ed.) covers the citation of statutes.

Elements. Name and original section number as it appears in the session laws (only if the statute is commonly cited that way) Title, Chapter, or Volume (see T. 1, ) Code (cite to the official code if at all possible) Section.Filled with a wide variety of examples and visuals, our Citation Machine® MLA guide will help you master the citation process.

Learn how to cite books, magazines, newspapers, social media, journal articles, and more! Comprehensive Guide to APA Format.