Court of Appeal of Quebec

The Highest Court in Quebec

The Court of Appeal has been in continuous existence since 1849 and is the highest court in Quebec. In the vast majority of cases, the Court of Appeal is the final arbiter of the matters brought before it. Through its commitment to judicial independence and impartiality, and its efforts to ensure access to justice, it stands today as one of the primary bastions of the rule of law in Quebec.

Municipal law – municipal taxation – tariffs – unwarranted fire alarms – owner of immovable – immunity

 

Read the summary on Société québécoise des infrastructures c. Ville de Montréal

Constitutional - Tobacco Control Act - regulation - electronic cigarettes - constitutional validity

 

Read the summary on Procureur général du Québec c. Gallant

Succession de Vaia

Liberalities – expenses of the liquidator – reimbursement – extrajudicial fees

 

Read the summary on Succession de Vaia

Virtual courtrooms

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COVID-19 Pandemic - Update


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Pilots projects currently underway

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MOTIONS CALENDAR - Availability of panels of three judges or a judge in chambers

 

Consult the calendar to determine
the hearing dates currently available
for presenting motions