Flawed Precedent

The St. Catherine's Case and Aboriginal Title

This book is vital reading for everyone involved in Aboriginal law or title, for legal historians and scholars, and for anyone interested in Indigenous rights in Canada. Les mer
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This book is vital reading for everyone involved in Aboriginal law or title, for legal historians and scholars, and for anyone interested in Indigenous rights in Canada.

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Introduction: Judicial Precedent and Indigenous Rights

1 The Political and Ideological Context of the 1880s

2 The Historical Context

3 The Factual Background, Cause of Action, and Evidence

4 Chancellor Boyd's Trial Decision

5 The Ontario Court of Appeal Decision

6 The Supreme Court of Canada Judgments

7 Lord Watson's Privy Council Decision

8 The Decision's Impact and the Debate over Indigenous Land Rights in British Columbia

9 The Modern Case Law

Conclusion: A Lesson in Judicial Precedent

Notes; Bibliographic Essay; Index of Cases; Index