Introduction to Administrative Justice and to Plain Language.
Ottawa: CCAT, 2007. Bilingual. 185 pages total.
describes the administrative justice system—the tribunals and how they are run,
the decision-makers, the role of lawyers, responsibilities of applicants and
respondents, witnesses, the hearing itself, the appeal process, and alternative
dispute methods. It is a guide for tribunal staff and members and for others
who need to know how the system functions. The book also introduces readers to
plain language principles and techniques and contains a plain-language glossary
of administrative law terms.
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