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1892, Canada, Atty. Gen., Exec. Power Case
The executive power case; The Attorney-General of Canada vs. The Attorney-General of Ontario: na, 47p, Toronto, Press of the Budget, 1892. (The
gravamen of this case centered on a dispute over competing powers between the Legislature of Ontario and the provincial Executive. At the trial level in
Chancery Division the case was decided in the Legislature’s favor, The Federal A. G. became involved in the appeal because the case had implications in
defining the scheme of the Canadian constitutional acts for the distribution of executive power at both the federal and provincial levels.)
Title:   The executive power case : the Attorney-General of Canada vs. the Attorney-General of Ontario.
OCLC Number:   605983871
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