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Administrative Tribunals in Canada: Plain-Language Guide for People with Low Literacy Skills

This guide, written for people who read at a grade 4 level, explains what administrative tribunals are, their role and that of the people who work in tribunals, rules of evidence and procedure, the rights and obligations of parties, and many other subjects. It is applicable throughout Canada, allowing for differences in terminology from one province to another and from one tribunal to another.

This guide was developed by Éducaloi.



Produced in 2007

Produced by Council of Canadian Administrative Tribunals

Topics Legal System - Court systems

Format Booklet/PDF

Relates to region Canada

Available as

pdfhttp://www.ccat-ctac.org/en/pdfs/literacy/SimpifiedGuideEngA
BT.pdf

English , Adobe PDF (225.3 kB)
40 pages.

For more information contact
Council of Canadian Administrative Tribunals
Web site http://www.ccat-ctac.org/en/index.php