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I. INTRODUCTION (A) THE CANADIAN CONSTITUTION (Read pp. 24-32) (1) Parliamentary Sovereignty (2) Rule of Law (3) Responsible Government (4) Division of Powers Between Federal and Provincial Governments (5) Constitution Act 1867 and Constitution Act 1982 (B) ROLE OF COURTS (Read pp. 17-24 and 32-36) (1) As Arbiter of the Constitution (2) As Interpreter of Legislation (3) As Arbiter of Disputes Between Private Parties (C) SOURCES OF LAW (Read pp. 37-45) (1) Law Made by Judges (2) Statutes (a) Enactment (b) Interpretation (i) Literal Rule (ii) Golden Rule (iii) Mischief Rule (3) Administrative Law (D) COURT SYSTEMS (Read pp. 45-48) (1) Alberta (2) Canada (E) USING THE COURTS (Read pp. 49-60) (1) Civil Litigation (a) Commencement of Action (b) Pleadings (c) Discovery (d) Trial (e) Judgement and Enforcement (f) Appeal (2) Criminal Prosecutions (a) Summary Conviction Offences (b) Indictable Offences (c) Hybrid Offences (d) Sentencing (F) LEGAL PROFESSION (Read pp. 60-61) II. THE LAW OF CONTRACTS
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1. FORMATION OF A CONTRACT (A) OFFER (Read pp. 111-119) (1) Nature (2) Written Offers (3) Lapse (4) Revocation (5) Counter-Offers (B) ACCEPTANCE (Read pp. 119-126) (1) By Words, Silence and Conduct (2) Communication (3) Time
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This note was uploaded on 12/06/2011 for the course BUS 301 taught by Professor Witman during the Winter '10 term at University of Alberta.

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