Introduction to Law in Canada Notes 4.pdf

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Notes: October 23, 2017 Subject: Intro to Law Side notes: 52 (1) of Constitution, 1982 Supremacy Clause Canada Act, 1982 All Canadian Constitutions The Constitution is entrenched engrained, inked-in The Constitution or Legislation is always italicised Parts of Written Law, Statute, Constitutions Parts (Roman numeral): I, II, III, etc. Chapters Sections (Provisions): S.1 SS. 2-10 (ss plural form) Subsections (in brackets): Part I, S.2 (3) Paragraphs/Clauses: Part III, S.4 (2) (b) Subparagraphs/Sub-clauses (small Roman numeral): Part IV, S.2 (3) (b) (ii) Exam: Division of Powers in the BNA Act, 1867 Why was the Canada Act, 1982 created? To undo the problems of the BNA Act, 1867 Lessons from Chapter 4, pp. 92-93 Abrogate completely eliminate; e.g. the federal government cannot abrogate provincial powers Derogate lessen or reduce; e.g. the provincial government can derogate the powers of municipalities Schedule table of list that makes reading more convenient; any Act attached to the legislation; e.g.
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  • Fall '17
  • Law, Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, Constitution of Canada

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