Overview of court processes, systems, and functions such as commencing legal proceedings, defending actions, setting a matter for trial, production of documents, discoveries, and general interlocutory applications. Prerequisites: Torts (LEGL 1204), or master chapters 4-5 in the current edition of Business Law in Canada, by R.E. Yates, T. Bereznicki-Kozil, and T. Clarke.
Course code: LEGL 1301
Length: 42.0 hours
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