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Canada: Courts of Appeal

Each Canadian province and territory has a court of appeal or appellate division that hears appeals from decisions of the superior courts and provincial/territorial courts. The number of judges on these courts may vary from one jurisdiction to another, but a court of appeal usually sits as a panel of three. The courts of appeal also hear constitutional questions that may be raised in appeals involving individuals, governments, or governmental agencies. Website:
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A.M.R.I. v. K.E.R.

2 June 2011 | Publisher: Canada: Courts of Appeal | Document type: Case Law

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