The Dispute Resolution Review - 9th Edition - Canada
June 21, 2017
Canada’s system of government is divided into three distinct branches: the judiciary, the legislature and the executive. The legislature (Parliament) has the power to make, alter and repeal laws. The executive branch is responsible for administering and enforcing the laws. The judiciary resolves disputes by applying and interpreting the law. Robert Staley and Jonathan Bell authored the Canadian chapter in The Dispute Resolution Review - 9th Edition.