WORDS THAT BIND
Words and Phrases Judicially Considered by the Supreme Court of Canada and by the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council to 1949
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by the Honourable Jean E. Côté
of the Court of Appeal of Alberta.

  2011

42 years of research resulted in “WORDS THAT BIND”, a unique, and distinctive work written by the Honourable Jean E. Côté of the Court of Appeal of Alberta. A comprehensive guide that will assist you in conducting your research.
  • Find in one place over 10,000 words and phrases interpreted by the Supreme Court of Canada, and by the Privy Council to 1949.
  • A short cut to finding
    • the most powerful authorities for court;
    • cases on one topic
    • cites of a half remembered case;
    • parallel cites or further appeals for a case.
  • Exhaustively cross-indexed under all words of any significance, any phrase using the word in question emerges immediately.
  • Use as a law dictionary explaining a word or phrase and giving actual examples used in legislation or in contracts, and judicially considered. All law cited is binding.
  • A guide to some likely traps when drafting legal documents, avoiding unfavourable or unintended interpretations.

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WORDS THAT BIND
Words and Phrases Judicially Considered by the Supreme Court of Canada and by the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council to 1949

by the Honourable Jean E. Côté

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