Question from Heen, What Does the Case Citation “Clearbrook Ironworks Ltd v Letourneau, 2006 FCA 42 Jurisdiction Canada” Indicate?
Answer from AI:
The case citation “Clearbrook Ironworks Ltd v Letourneau, 2006 FCA 42 Jurisdiction Canada” provides specific information about the case, its location in legal resources, and the court that decided it.
1. Date of the Citation
The date in the citation, 2006, indicates the year the court decision was made. This is a common practice in legal citations to help identify and locate the case.
2. Type of Citation
The citation “Clearbrook Ironworks Ltd v Letourneau, 2006 FCA 42” is a neutral citation. Neutral citations were introduced in Canada in the late 1990s to provide a standardized way of citing cases, regardless of the law reporter. The “FCA” in the citation stands for Federal Court of Appeal, indicating the court that made the decision.
3. Location of the Case
The number 42 following “FCA” indicates that this was the 42nd decision issued by the Federal Court of Appeal in the year 2006. To find the full text of the decision, you would look for the 42nd decision issued by the Federal Court of Appeal in 2006.
Please note: While this information can help you understand the basics of the citation, the actual process of finding and understanding legal cases can be complex. It’s often a good idea to consult with a legal professional or use a legal research tool.