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How do I find statutes that have been judicially considered in Quicklaw?

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  1. Select a case law source that is likely to contain cases that consider the statute.  For example, to search for cases that judicially consider an Ontario statute select sources to be 'Ontario Judgements'.
  2. Type the title of the act.  You may want to include acronyms.  Such as CBCA for Canada Business Corporations Act.

As an aside, if you use a section number as one of your search terms, you will want to use a proximity connector of at least /20 between the title of the act and the section number: "CBCA /20 143".

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