The Law of Independent Legal Advice
|The Law of Independent Legal Advice presents for the first
time in Canada a comprehensive overview of the law governing lawyers when they
provide, or fail to provide, independent legal advice to clients.
Included is a review of all relevant Canadian case law and the factors that courts consider when deciding when particular transactions warrant independent legal advice.
Topics covered include:
Written by Ted Tjaden. Published by Carswell, 2000.
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Last modified: February 14, 2002
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