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LAW 201 - TUTORIAL GROUP AI

Teacher: Professor Mary-Jo Maur
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CONCEPT THAT THE COURTS SHOULD NOT BE SUBJECT TO IMPROPER INFLUENCE FROM THE OTHER BRANCHES OF GOVERNMENT, OR FROM PRIVATE OR PARTISAN INTERESTS
SOME JURISDICTIONS, SUCH AS CANADA, HAVE PLACED LIMITS ON THE PARLIAMENTARY SUPREMACY OF LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLIES WITHIN THEIR TERRITORY UNDER THE SYSTEM OF
FIRM ESTABLISHMENT
LOOKING AT THE PURPOSE AND EFFECT OF LAW
AMONG THEM ARE: FEDERALISM, CHECKS AND BALANCES, AND LIMITED GOVERNMENT
PHRASE THAT DESCRIBES THE SCOPE OF THE LEGISLATIVE JURISDICTION OF PARLIAMENT USED IN THE CONSTITUTION ACT OF 1867
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INCLUDES THE REGULATION OF TRADE AND INDUSTRY WITHIN THE PROVINCE - PROVINCIAL LEGISLATURE MAY EXCLUSIVELY MAKE LAWS IN RELATION TO IT
A GATHERING FOR CHANGE
POWER TO GOVERN IS SHARED BETWEEN NATIONAL AND PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENTS
A COURT'S AUTHORITY TO EXAMINE AN EXECUTIVE OR LEGISLATIVE ACT AND TO INVALIDATE THAT ACT IF IT'S CONTRARY TO CONSTITUTIONAL PRINCIPLES
DISTRIBUTION OF LEGISLATIVE JURISDICTION UNDER CANADIAN CONSTITUTION
THE EXTENT TO WHICH A LAW FALLS UNDER THE JURISDICTION OF THE ENACTING GOVERNMENT