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Canada : legal resources: Quebec

Introductions & overviews

Quebec law

Quebec is a hybrid jurisdiction: it applies civil law principles (reflecting its French inheritance) to private relationships while common law tradition guides its administrative and criminal law systems.

Quebec is a hybrid jurisdiction: it applies civil law principles (reflecting its French inheritance) to private relationships while common law tradition guides its administrative and criminal law systems.

Legislation

We recommend that you use an online source - see links above
Our print collection is historic only, and is now in Closed Access. However should you wish to consult one of the volumes, you can order them via the Hold & Request system on SOLO. Please ask a member of staff for assistance.

Lois refondues du Québec (1979 - )

Cw Can Qu 30

Statutes of Quebec (1867/68-1999)

Cw Can Qu 10

Cases on Level 1

Recueils de Jurisprudence du Quebec (1976/7 -  ) Cw Can Qu 100 R32

Commentary: Journals

Level 1 For issues from 2000 to date Ground Floor for earlier years.

The McGill Law Journal (1952 - ) Cw Can 300 M20
La Revue du Barreau du Quebec (1941 - ) Cw Can 300 R40

Commentary: Monographs

C1  on third line of shelf mark indicates Canada.
QUE is sometimes used on the third line to be more specific.

Justice Quebec

The official website of the Ministry of Justice Quebec has some content which may be useful introductions. The links above are to the English language versions