Canada's legal encyclopedia. This looseleaf multi-volume set, produced in both a Western and an Ontario version, provides the researcher with an overview of the law on a full range of legal topics. While the C.E.D. is not exhaustive, it does highlight leading cases and relevant statutes pertaining to each topic. Use the INDEX volume to facilitate access to your topic in the main set. Remember to bring your research up-to-date by checking for the grey-edged (or yellow) supplements at the front of most topics. Always check the currency date of the information.
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• Introduced in 2006 by LexisNexisCanada, this is Canada’s newest legal encyclopedia. Once completed, the set (approximately 60 bound volumes, plus a Cumulative Supplement) will provide commentary and references to case law and statutes on a full range of Canadian legal topics.
• Each Title (or topic) covered in Halsbury’s Laws of Canada is authored by a Canadian expert and has common features such as: a Table of Contents, List of Related Titles, Table of Cases, Table of Statutes, Index, and a Glossary of Definitions. The glossary identifies words and phrases defined in legislation, relevant to the Title’s subject matter.
• Use the Companion Guide and Consolidated Index to facilitate access to all of the Titles covered in the main volumes.