3 edition of In the Exchequer Court of Canada found in the catalog.
In the Exchequer Court of Canada
|Contributions||Taschereau, Henri Thomas, Sir, 1841-1909.|
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COURT OF EXCHEQUER ROYAL Eng. law. An ancient court of record set up by William the Conqueror. It is SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE The court formed by the English judicature act , (as modified by the judicature act KING’S BENCH The supreme court of common law In England, being so called because the king used. Since the Federal Court is the successor to the Exchequer Court, established in , at the same time as the Supreme Court of Canada, this history is inevitably a history of the Federal Court and its : Patricia Hughes.
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The Practice Of The Exchequer Court Of Canada. by Louis Arthur Audette (Author), Canada (Author), Canada. Exchequer Court (Creator). : Reports of the Exchequer Court of Canada, Volume 7 (): Canada. Exchequer Court: Books.
Reports of In the Exchequer Court of Canada book Exchequer Court of Canada, Volume 2. Canada. "[Vol. 1] contains all the leading Exchequer Court cases  hitherto unreported. The appendix comprises short notes of all the. Book: All Authors / Contributors: Louis Arthur Audette; Canada.; Canada.
Exchequer Court. Find more information about: OCLC Number: Notes: "Such parts of the most important acts of Parliament as have an immediate bearing upon the jurisdiction and practice of the Court, and also all the rules and orders of the Exchequer Court," and.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Audette, Louis Arthur, Practice of the Exchequer Court of Canada. Ottawa: Printed at the Office of Thoburn, The Federal Court of Canada, which existed from to under the name Exchequer Court of Canada, occupies a special place in the court structure of Canada.
It was founded principally to adjudicate legal disputes in which the Canadian government was involved; since its change of name in it has become primarily an administrative appeal court dealing with the review of decisions. 9 Ex action alleged amended appeal application appointed Attorney-General authority beneﬁt Canada Evidence Act Canada Gazette Canadian canal cause certiﬁcate claim claimant Commissioner common law compensation construction contract copy costs Court of Canada Court of Exchequer Crown Customs damages defendant Dominion duty entitled evidence.
The Practice of the Exchequer Court of Canada: Author: Louis Arthur Audette: Contributor: Canada. Exchequer Court: Publisher: Printed at the office of Thoburn, Original from: Harvard University: Digitized: 2 Jun Length: pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.
Decisions from the Reports of the Exchequer Court of Canada () and the Canada Law Report () have been digitized and published on the Canada Federal Courts Reports (FCR) website powered by Decisia.
This is a total of 74 volumes and close to 3, historical decisions that were scanned and processed for publishing by Lexum on behalf of the Office of the.
Book digitized by Google and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. "[Vol. 1] contains all the In the Exchequer Court of Canada book Exchequer court cases  hitherto unreported.
"General rules and orders regulating the practice and procedure in admiralty cases in the Exchequer court of Canada, with forms and tables of fees. Book Description: This book is an authoritative history of the Federal Court of Canada.
The judges' work in various areas of substantive law provides illustrations of the functioning of the Court in the adjudication of disputes. The Federal Court of Canada, which succeeded the Exchequer Court of Canada inwas a national court of Canada that had limited jurisdiction to hear certain types of disputes arising under the federal government's legislative Court was split in into two separate Courts, the Federal Court and the Federal Court of Appeal, although the jurisdiction and powers of the.
Reports of the Exchequer Court of Canada, Volume 7: Canada Exchequer Court, Exchequer Court, Canada Exchequer Court: Books - at: Paperback.
Book digitized by Google and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. "[Vol. 1] contains all the leading Exchequer Court cases  hitherto unreported. The appendix comprises short notes of all the Exchequer Court cases  which have been published from time to time in the Reports of the Supreme Court of Canada."--Note, v.
Here at Exchequer Court we are proud to have a number of class leading amenities in our building. has been designed to provide visitors and prospective occupiers with general information on the building and the services that are provided. For occupiers working within Exchequer Court, there is also an exclusive logged-in area where you can access personalised information.
2 If sittings of the Exchequer Court of Canada are appointed to be held in any city, town, or place in which a court house is situated, the judge presiding at any such sittings shall have in all respects the same authority as a judge of the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia at nisi prius in regard to the use of the court house and other buildings or.
The appendix comprises short notes of all the Exchequer Court cases  which have been published from time to time in the Reports of the Supreme Court of Canada"--Note, v.
1Vols. have imprint: Toronto, Can.: Canada Law Book Co., limitedMode of access: Internet. The Exchequer Court was in existence from untilthe year the Federal Court was created. Since the Exchequer Court had fewer cases, they were heard by justices of the Supreme Court.
These justices travelled across Canada for this purpose on a rotating basis from to The Exchequer Court of Canada () was replaced by the Federal Court of Canada in The Exchequer Court Reports are also an authorised report series.
The full set of reports ( to ) are available on Lexis Advance (UniMelb staff & student access).Author: Robin Gardner. Petition of right in the Exchequer Court of Canada: to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty: County of Carleton, to wit: the humble petition of Lucy McQueen of the city of Montreal in the Dominion of Candad, spinster [database on-line].
Provo, UT, USA: Operations Inc, This is an appeal from a judgment of Mr. Justice Noël of the Exchequer Court of Canada 1 on a “special case” directed to be tried by order of the President of that Court, in accordance with the rules thereof, for the purpose of determining certain issues which were common to four separate actions brought by the plaintiff and consolidated.
In Canada, there is a under-known level of court known as the Federal Court of Canada. Save and except in larger urban areas, and even to lawyers, the Federal Court is not as well-known as its peer court, the superior courts of Canada such as the Supreme Court of British Columbia, the Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta or the Superior Court of Quebec.
The Exchequer of Pleas or Court of Exchequer was a court that dealt with matters of equity, a set of legal principles based on natural law and common law in England and ally part of the curia regis, or King's Council, the Exchequer of Pleas split from the curia during the s, to sit as an independent, central court.
The Court of Chancery's reputation for tardiness and expense. Designed for the Bench – Perfect for the Practitioner Only Canadian Federal Courts Practice, Edition / Pratique devant les Cours fédérales, édition provides all commentary, full text of legislation, forms, Federal Courts of Canada Notices to the Legal Profession, indices, a list of judges and registry offices and an overview of Federal Court practice in English and French.
Canada. Courts of Common Law. & Canada. Supreme Court. & Canada. Federal Court. The Canadian abridgment, second edition: a digest of reported decisions of the Supreme and Exchequer Courts of Canada, and of all courts of the Common Law Provinces including appeals to the Privy Council and also decisions from the Courts of Quebec of.
He was appointed a municipal court judge and a judge for the Exchequer Court of Canada. Weir published several individual poems in magazines and collections in books. His lyrics for the English version of O Canada eclipsed many others' lyrical attempts and songs to quickly become the most popular patriotic song in Canada for the past century.
Other articles where Court of Exchequer is discussed: Court of Common Pleas: of King’s Bench and the Court of Exchequer for common-law business. The result was an accumulation of many complicated and overlapping jurisdictional rules.
By the 19th century the multiple form of writs and competing jurisdictions had become unbearable, and the Judicature Act of brought about a replacement. Law Society of Upper Canada: The Ontario digest,of the cases reported in volumes Appeal reports, Ontario reports, Practice reports, Supreme Court of Canada reports, Exchequer Court of Canada reports, and of the Canadian cases decided by the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council reported in ( Supreme Court of Canada.
Registrar of Trade Marks v. Coles Book Stores Ltd.,  S.C.R. Date: The Registrar of Trade Marks Appellant; and. Coles Book Stores Limited Respondent. November 5; January Present: Judson, Ritchie, Hall, Pigeon and Laskin JJ. ON APPEAL FROM THE EXCHEQUER COURT OF CANADA.
The Supreme Court Reports only publishes cases from the Supreme Court of Canada. If including the name of the judge is important, add it at the end: Frame v Smith,  2 42 DLR (4th) 81, Dickson CJC.
Search by Case name. Search by Neutral citation. Search by File number. Recent additions. Last Modification Date: Exchequer of Ireland at work. This scene shows the Exchequer of Ireland at work in the 15th century. It comes from a collection of documents known as the Red Book of the Exchequer, dating from the 13th - 16th centuries.
A Court of the Exchequer was first set up. Court of Canada since its establishment inas well as Privy Council decisions arising out of Canadian courts. Full-text decisions from Federal Courts.
Coverage includes decisions reported in the Federal Court Reports from forward (with coverage of reported decisions of the Exchequer Court from to ), decisions.
The Court of Exchequer initially dealt with taxes, but it gradually was granted jurisdiction over other types of things such as wills, trusts, and disputes over land. This database contains the Red Book of the Exchequer, a compilation of documents from this court, designed to preserve and display them for convenient reference (p.
iii). Creation and Beginnings of the Court The Supreme Court of Canada came into existence more than a century after the first courts appeared in what is now Canada. Its role has evolved considerably since its creation inas it stands today as the final court of appeal in the Canadian judicial system, a status that it did not originally have.
Exchequer, in British history, the government department that was responsible for receiving and dispersing the public word derives from the Latin scaccarium, “chessboard,” in reference to the checkered cloth on which the reckoning of revenues took place.
The Exchequer was constituted as a distinct government agency by Henry I at the beginning of the 12th century. ‘The Court of Exchequer be clearly dismissed and discharged from any meddling with any foreign livelihood in taking of accounts, as Wales, Duchies of Cornwall, York or Norfolk, Earldoms of Chester, March, Warwick, Salisbury and of all other lands.
Records of the King's Remembrancer Description: Records of the King's Remembrancer (or Queen's Remembrancer), one of the two major Exchequer officials concerned with the accounting and audit procedures and also in the wider administrative functions of the Court of Exchequer from the twelfth century to the nineteenth.
The impact of Rylands v Fletcher in Quebec law, which is based for historical reasons on the civil code, was evaluated by the Supreme Court of Canada in the case of Vandry et al. Quebec Railway, Light, Heat and Power Co.  The SCC found that a section in the civil code had ample scope to support the liability of the Quebec Power Co.
(3) This statute created a final Canadian appeal court, the Supreme Court of Canada. The Court was composed of six members: one Chief Justice and five puisne (4) Justices.
It is interesting to note that the Exchequer Court of Canada was also created in and the judges of the Supreme Court of Canada also served as judges of the Exchequer Court. History of the Exchequer in England and Wales. At an early stage in England (certainly bythe 23rd year of the Reign of Henry II which is the date of the Dialogue concerning the Exchequer ), the Exchequer was split into two components: the purely administrative Exchequer of Receipt, which collected revenue, and the judicial Exchequer of Pleas, a court concerned with the King's revenue.Supreme Court.
Canada Supreme Court Reports + Canada Law Reports, Supreme Court of Canada Canada Supreme Court Reports SCR. Exchequer Court. Canada Law Reports, Exchequer Court of Canada Reports of the Exchequer Court of Canada Federal Court.
Canada Federal Court Reports FCRAuthor: Debra Smith.LawSource Common Law Jurisdictions All cases that were reported in the following Canada Law Book reporters are now available on WestlawNext Canada, dating back to the inception of those (with coverage of rep orted decisions of the Exchequer Court from For more information, call 1 .