Halsbury's Laws of Canada -- Oil and Gas (2021 Reissue) / Partnerships (2021 Reissue)
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By Maurice Coombs
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OIL AND GAS
Michael A. Thackray, QC, B.Sc., LL.B.
The energy sector continues to have a major influence on both Canadian economic growth and national policy. From a legal perspective, the law governing oil and gas is diverse and is drawn from a wide variety of traditional legal disciplines, including torts, administrative law, contracts, securities, trusts, environmental law, commercial law, criminal law and real property law.
Written by one of Canada's most respected energy sector lawyers, the newly revised Oil and Gas (2021 Reissue) title provides a concise, organized and informed narrative of the law that governs the ownership of, access to and extraction of oil and natural gas in Canada. Topics covered include:
Maurice Coombs, B.Sc., LL.B., LL.M.
Apart from sole proprietorship, partnership is likely the oldest form of business organization known to the common law and one of the most pervasive. Originally developing out of the law of contracts, it is now an independent body of law that has a life and development of its own. The law of partnerships in Canada represents a classic example of judge-made law, for the most part distilled and illuminated, but not codified, by statute. It continues to be developed by decisions of our courts made in the context of the relevant partnership legislation.
Thoroughly revised and updated, the Partnerships (2021 Reissue) title provides a clear explanation of the law that governs for-profit, non-corporate business organizations in Canada. Topics covered include: