questions of general law of central importance to the legal system
Professional Privilege in the Administrative Process: a Question of Law of Central Importance to the Legal System?
At last! From the Quebec Court of Appeal, a plausible contender for a general question of law of central importance to the legal system (which, in Canada, is a type of question reserved for the courts and not administrative decision-makers). In Association des pompiers professionnels de Québec inc. c. Québec (Ville de), 2013 QCCA 208, […] Read more
Questions of General Law of Central Importance to the Legal System: Some Recent Decisions
One category of questions reserved to Canadian courts, rather than administrative decision-makers, is questions of general law of central importance to the legal system. The underlying idea is that there are some questions to which a uniform answer should be given, in the interests of the administration of justice.There is little guidance on what this […] Read more