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BUAD 209: Business Law

This library guide will provide you with information to complete your Canadian case law or legislation research.


Consider the facts that have been given to you and start to think of those facts within a legal framework. 


  • Who are the people involved in the problem?
  • What are the parties' roles or occupations?
  • What are the relationships between the parties?
  • What are the parties' special characteristics?


  • What occured?
  • When did it occur?
  • Where did it occur?
  • What is the nature of the location where it occured?
  • How did it occur?


  • What are the parties complaining of?
  • What are the parties claiming?
  • What are the injuries or harm?
  • What will the defence to the claim likely be?

See more in The Canadian Legal Research and Writing Guide:

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