Agricultural Law I (LAW 363.3)

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Syllabus / Public content Section Term Instructor
LAW 363 01 September 2016 Patricia Farnese (primary instructor)

Description

Agriculture is a highly regulated industry in most jurisdictions; Canada and Saskatchewan are no exception. Historically governments have intervened in agriculture under the pretext of ensuring stability in both the agriculture and consumer communities. It is because of this intervention, Agricultural Law is often considered the law of exceptions. Reviews specific legislation designed to regulate agriculture, such as the Saskatchewan Farm Security Act, as well as agricultural exceptions in general legislation. Case law and other legal analysis will be included when necessary.

Prerequisite(s)

Successful completion of first year law.

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