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This third edition is the most recent volume on the doctrine of res judicata by Canada’s renowned legal scholar on this subject area, Donald J. Lange. This text is the definitive resource on an important legal doctrine — the principle that a person can only be sued (or criminally tried) once for each case.
The book’s analysis, terminology and description of the law have been adopted by the Supreme Court of Canada, and have been cited on numerous occasions by courts and tribunals across Canada. The text provides a comprehensive distillation of the res judicata doctrine that has evolved in 200 years of Canadian jurisprudence.