Collection of legal forms and precedents. Ten divisions: Commercial and General, Corporations, Conveyancing and Mortgages, Leases, Wills and Trusts, Family Law, Labour Relations and Employment, Ontario Court Forms, Municipal Corporations, Computers and Information Technology.
All divisions except for Conveyancing and Mortgages are available online from Canada Law Book.
This useful resource contains sample precedents on a wide variety of topics. The Law Library carries current subscriptions to Banking & Finance (KF170 .C36) and Wills & Estates (KF170 .C3694). LexisNexis Quicklaw provides access to other titles such as: Commercial Tenancies; Employment; Sale & Operation of a Business; Sale, Distribution and Transport of Goods.
Review basic Contract 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 - Commercial Law: Agency (Coombs), Commercial Law: Consumer Protection (Bush), Construction (Glahold, Rotterdam), Employment (England), and Partnerships (Coombs).
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LawSource provides access to material useful for research in Contract law. The Canadian Abridgment Case Digests for Contracts (CON) are reproduced online, are fully searchable and link to the full-text decisions. The Canadian Encyclopedic Digest (Contracts) is also reproduced electronically and can be browsed or searched. LawSource also includes the Carswell law reporters: Construction Law Reports, Canadian Cases on Employment Law, and the Business Law Reports.
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