Topical law reports are report series that contain cases dealing with a specific area of law. For Canadian cases on taxation law, try:
The Canadian Abridgment digests the case law of the common law provinces from 1809 to the present. Taxation law is covered in the following volumes:
Available on LexisNexis/Quicklaw
Taxation law is covered in the following section:
Legal encyclopedias are a good place to begin your research. They will provide you with a broad overview of a topic before you delve into the subtleties.
Canadian Encyclopedic Digest
The following volumes cover taxation law:
Halsbury's Laws of Canada
The volumes are arranged alphabetically by subject, with volume abbreviations indexed in letter rather than number format. The following volumes cover taxation law:
Law journals contain articles, book reviews, case comments and other essays on a particular topic.
The Faculty of Law also subscribes to two major tax research databases, TaxFind and Intelliconnect. Both databases contain in-depth commentary, case law, and legislation on Canadian income tax. These databases are available only to the Faculty of Law.
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