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Annotated Firearms Act & Related Legislation, 2013/2014 Edition

$109.00
Publisher: LexisNexis Canada
Format::  Book, 2
ISBN:: 9780433474579
2013-07-31

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With the passage of Bill C-19 (Ending the Long-gun Registry Act), S.C. 2012, c. 6 which became law on April 5, 2012, Canada is now in a new era of firearms regulatory regime.


Annotated Firearms Act & Related Legislation, 2013/2014 Edition is fully updated to provide you with the amended law, as well as with invaluable insight into regulatory operations, making this edition practical as well as authoritative.

This comprehensive guide to firearms legislation in Canada provides you with an annotated version of the Firearms Act, Part III and other related sections of the Criminal Code, and relevant provisions of the National Defence Act and the Youth Criminal Justice Act. You will find the full text of the Firearms Act, along with orders and regulations pursuant to the Firearms Act and Part III of the Criminal Code.



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Butterworths Annotated Firearms Act & Related Legislation, 2013/2014 Edition provides an accessible, authoritative reference for those most frequently dealing with Canadian firearms law first hand. Order your copy today!


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Table of Contents

Firearms Act
Orders and Regulations Pursuant to the Firearms Act and Part III of the Criminal Code
Related Provisions of the Criminal Code (Part III of the Criminal Code dealing with central firearms and weapons-specific provisions)
Other Relevant Provisions of the Criminal Code (non-Part III dealing with offences and procedures relating to firearms possession)
Related Provisions of the National Defence Act
Related Provisions of the Youth Criminal Justice Act
Appendices

Author/Contributor

The Hon. Jonathan Keene Brunet, B.A., LL.B. & Pamela Goode, B.A., LL.B., Solomon Friedman, B.A., LL.B.


The Hon. Jonathan Keene Brunet, B.A., LL.B., is a judge of the Ontario Court of Justice and a lecturer at the Law Faculty of the University of Ottawa, the Law Department of Carleton University and the Ontario Bar Admission Course.


Pamela Goode, B.A., LL.B., was called to the Bar of Ontario in 1991, and has worked for the Ministry of the Attorney General (Ontario) since that year. Ms. Goode is engaged as a Crown Counsel, seconded to the Chief Firearms Office (CFO) in Orillia, Ontario. There, she provides expert legal advice respecting the Firearms Act and the firearms and weapons provisions in the Criminal Code, and also conducts selected prosecutions, appeals and reference hearings. She has been with the CFO (Ontario) for five years. Ms. Goode is a regular speaker on firearms law and firearms issues at specialist training sessions for police, Crowns and other justice system participants.


Solomon Friedman, B.A., LL.B., was called to the Bar of Ontario in 2010 after clerking at the Supreme Court of Canada for Justice Morris Fish. As a criminal defence lawyer in Ottawa, Mr. Friedman represents his clients at trial and on appeal before all levels of court in Ontario. In addition to writing and lecturing widely on topics related to criminal defence and firearms law, Mr. Friedman has testified numerous times before Parliamentary committees regarding proposed amendments to the Firearms Act and the Criminal Code. He also created and maintains firearmslaw.ca, an online information site dedicated to firearms law and policy.



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