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TOPICS


Class Actions


COMMENT

'Class actions' are governed in Ontario by the Class Proceedings Act, 1992 [see below], and federally by the Federal Courts Rules under the Federal Court Act [s.334.1-334.39, see below]. In essence they are a means of 'access to justice' by large groups of people who would not - individually - be financially able to advance litigation against one or several related defendants, typically corporate.


CASES

Ontario

Class Actions (Ont) - Certification (+)
Class Actions (Ont) - 'Identifiable Class' [CPA 5(1)(b)]
Class Actions (Ont) - Certification - Common Claims and Defences [CPA 5(1)(c)]

Class Actions (Ont) - Opting Out
Class Actions (Ont) - Limitations
Class Actions (Ont) - Pleadings
Class Actions (Ont) - Representative Plaintiff Honourariums
Class Actions (Ont) - 'Reverse' Class Actions
Class Actions (Ont) - Notice
Class Actions (Ont) - Costs
Class Actions (Ont) - Appeals

Federal

Class Actions (Fed) - General
Class Actions (Fed) - Certification (+)
Class Actions (Fed) - Settlement
Class Actions (Fed) - Stays


ONTARIO STATUTES

Class Proceedings Act, 1992


FEDERAL STATUTES

Federal Courts Rules, s.334.1-334.39

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