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Canadian and Foreign Law Research Centre fonds
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CA ON00345 Fonds 24
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0,20 m of textual records 1 multimedia documents
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The Canadian and Foreign Law Research Centre open its doors in 1962. It operates as an autonomous unit within the Faculty of Law. The centre works at fostering interest in foreign law with the cooperation of the Common Law Section and the Section de droit civil. It organizes an annual international symposium on comparative law. It also gives summer courses through which graduates from the Common Law Section could gain a better knowledge of civil law and vice versa. The Centre officially ceases its operations in 1977.
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The fonds contain records which document the functions of the Canadian and Foreign Law Research Centre. It includes Center Committee minutes (1967-1969), Advisory Committee minutes (1967-1969), correspondence, publications, programs and proceedings of the symposiums on comparative law (1964-1975) and course notes (1966-1970).
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: Documents containing personal and confidential information are restricted to consultation and reproduction. The records are submitted to the Copyright's Act.
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File level inventory for textual documents; item level for multimedia documents.
No accruals are expected.