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Canadian Animal Law

TOPICS

Standing


CASES

Statutory Bodies
Tribunals
Unknown Parties
Amicus Curiae
Intervenors | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4
Public Interest Standing | Part 2
Private Interest Standing
Non-Parties
Incapacity
Personal Capacity v Representative Capacity
Misnomer of a Party
Suing Yourself


ONTARIO STATUTES

Notes:
There are a number of statutory and regulatory provisions that bear on standing:As well, administrative tribunals themselves typically have the right to be heard in an appeal or judicial review from their own decisions, [eg. RTA 210(3)], and sometimes even have the right to commence an appeal by themselves [eg. RTA 211].

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