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PRECEDENT TERMS OF USE

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Briefs

Cover of Brief

C A N A D A File# ________________
PROVINCE OF [PROVINCE]
COUNTY OF [COUNTY]

IN THE [LEVEL OF COURT] OF [PROVINCE]

BETWEEN:

HIS MAJESTY THE KING


– and –

[ACCUSED NAME]




CROWN/ACCUSED/APPLICANT/RESPONDENT BRIEF OF LAW
On the Issue of [description of issue]




[first party name]
[first party title]
[address]
[address]
[address]
[address]
Tel: (xxx) xxx-xxxx
Fax: (xxx) xxx-xxxx
Email: xxx@xxxxxx
Counsel for His Majesty the King

[second party name]
[second party title]
[address]
[address]
[address]
[address]
Tel: (xxx) xxx-xxxx
Fax: (xxx) xxx-xxxx
Email: xxx@xxxxx
Counsel for the Accused



Table of Contents

TABLE OF CONTENTS



Page
PART I: OVERVIEW OF POSITION AND STATEMENT OF FACTS
X
1. Overview of the Position

X
a. The Offences

X
PART II: STATEMENT OF ISSUES
X
PART III: STATEMENT OF ARGUMENT
X
PART IV: ORDER SOUGHT
X
PART V: TABLE OF AUTHORITIES
X
Body of Brief
PART I: OVERVIEW

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Table of Authorities

PART V: TABLE OF AUTHORITIES



CASE LAW

TAB
R v ...
X
R v ...
X

LEGISLATION:

TAB
...
X
...
X

SECONDARY SOURCES:

TAB
...
X
...
X

WEBSITES:

TAB
...
X
...
X


Book Of Authorities

Book of Authorities Cover

C A N A D A File# ________________
PROVINCE OF [PROVINCE]
COUNTY OF [COUNTY]

IN THE [LEVEL OF COURT] OF [PROVINCE]

BETWEEN:

HIS MAJESTY THE KING


– and –

[ACCUSED NAME]




BOOK OF AUTHORITIES
[description of the type of application]




[first party name]
[first party title]
[address]
[address]
[address]
[address]
Tel: (xxx) xxx-xxxx
Fax: (xxx) xxx-xxxx
Email: xxx@xxxxxx
Counsel for His Majesty the King

[second party name]
[second party title]
[address]
[address]
[address]
[address]
Tel: (xxx) xxx-xxxx
Fax: (xxx) xxx-xxxx
Email: xxx@xxxxx
Counsel for the Accused


Table of Authorities

TABLE OF AUTHORITIES



CASES

TAB
R v
X
R v
X
R v
X