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Canada: Federal Court

The Federal Court is Canada's national trial court which hears and decides legal disputes arising in the federal domain, including claims against the Government of Canada, civil suits in federally-regulated areas and challenges to the decisions of federal tribunals. Until 2003, the Federal Court of Canada consisted of two divisions: an Appeal and a Trial Division. On 2 July 2003, these divisions became two separate courts: the Federal Court of Appeal and the Federal Court. Website:
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Bencic v. Canada (Minister of Citizenship and Immigration)

26 April 2002 | Publisher: Canada: Federal Court | Document type: Case Law

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