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Supreme Court of Canada – Basics – Application for Leave to Appeal


Category: Appeal Court

If you’re thinking about appealing to the Supreme Court of Canada, it’s a little bit of a process. The first step is usually an Application for Leave to Appeal. I will post another video about my application showing examples (with personal info redacted).

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