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  • n. Plural form of factum.


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  • A new policy on access to court records is coming into force that includes the posting of appeal factums filed on or after February 9, 2009

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • Again, any change to our collection development policy e.g. getting rid of our thousands of print volumes of U.S. codes, case reporters, encyclopedias, law digests etc. can have an enormous impact on many of our current external "walk-in" users so they will also need to be heard from electronic copies of factums filed by parties involved in Supreme Court of Canada appeals will soon be made available on the public website.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • However, the strength of the agreement was lower than other SCC service areas: more detailed and up-to-date case information e.g. factums was the most commonly cited suggestion for improving the SCC Web site

    Supreme Court of Canada Client Satisfaction Survey — Slaw

  • At the moment, Justice Bastarache is telling us that the Supreme Court of Canada is planning to make factums available online next year, at least in some measure.

    Supreme Court of Canada Committed to Online Factums — Slaw

  • When you meet with any British returning to their own country, pray send me by them any little brochures, factums, theses, etc., qui font du bruit ou du plaisir a Paris.

    Letters to his son on The Art of Becoming a Man of the World and a Gentleman

  • I had a demonstration from a representative of WestlaweCarswell yesterday: they are developing keycite links to related documents to full-text cases, so that you will be able to link to factums, pleadings, etc.

    Slaw » WestlaweCarswell » Print

  • The post factums solution ignore the factum and the fact that we should have looked into its origins and dealt with that problem.

    CNN Transcript Mar 31, 2002

  • When you meet with any British returning to their own country, pray send me by them any little 'brochures, factums, theses', etc., 'qui font du bruit ou du plaisir a Paris'.

    Complete Project Gutenberg Earl of Chesterfield Works

  • But at the time, the woman's lawyer was reluctant to challenge Smith because he was considered "the guru in determining the causes of child deaths (and) was the premier pediatric pathologist for Ontario and likely Canada," her factums states. - Home Page

  • The plot thickened, however, when, shortly after factums submitted to the Alberta Court of Appeal, the Supreme Court rendered its decision in

    The Court


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