Review basic Civil Procedure Law content by browsing Sources for the practice area or by drilling through the legal Topic. Look for caselaw digesting services, which may help you to break down your topic or for specialized secondary sources such as Halsbury’s Laws of Canada - Civil Procedure (Abrams, McGuinness and Brech).
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LawSource provides access to material useful for research in the law of Civil Procedure. The Canadian Abridgment Case Digests for Civil Practice and Procedure (CIV) are reproduced online, are fully searchable and link to the full-text decisions. The Canadian Encyclopedic Digest is also reproduced electronically and can be browsed or searched. Civil Procedure falls within the CED under several topics such as Actions; Arbitration; Costs; Courts; Discovery; Injunctions; Interpleader; Judgments and Orders; Parties; Pleadings; Practice; References and Inquiries; Trials.
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