Also available in print: KE4217.5 .R62 LAW (Reserve).
This looseleaf is for anyone with a specific interest in judicial court remedies for constitutional wrongs. This classic has been frequently cited by the Supreme Court of Canada and features a number of its important decisions that reflect on the purposes of, and constraints on constitutional remedies.
Also available in print: KE1305 .C43 2016 LAW.
Using a database of just over 100 cases covering a span of more than thirty years, the author chronicles the evolution of Charter damages through the decisions of provincial and federal trial and appeal courts. Cases involving Charter damages are statistically assessed in terms of success rates, reasons for rejection of claims, award amounts, types of damages awarded, Charter sections involved, and recurring problems.
Charter remedies are available across all types of offences in criminal law. This handbook discusses the relevant principles and technical rules that need to be considered when seeking out or trying to resist applicable remedies.
Also consult Remedies for a breakdown of several country's processes.