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Past Law Course Reserves: Tort Law (LAW 212)

Items on course reserve for Tort Law 2016/2017

Title Call Number 

 

 Loan  Period  

 

 Checkouts 

The law of torts / Philip H. Osborne, Faculty of Law, University of Manitoba
(102002202283)

KF1250 .O.83 2015 24 hr
OUT
13

The law of torts / Philip H. Osborne
(902002126626)

KF1250 .O.83 2011 24 hr
OUT
6

Tort law / Lewis N. Klar
(502002254728)

KF1250 .K59 2012 24 hr
OUT
13

Canadian tort law cases, notes & materials / Allen M. Linden, Lewis N. Klar, Bruce Feldthusen
(102002254482)

KF1249 .W75 2014 4 hr
OUT
23

Canadian tort law / Allen M. Linden and Bruce Feldthusen (602002057154)

KF1250 .L4 2011 24 hr
​​​​​​​OUT
3

Cases and materials on the law of torts / by Robert M. Solomon et al. 
​​​​​​​(002002204706)

KF1249 .S68 2015   4 hr
​​​​​​​OUT
2

Cases and materials on the law of torts / by Robert M. Solomon et al.
(802002308816)

KF1249 .S68 2015 c.2 4 hr
​​​​​​​OUT
3

Cases and materials on the law of torts / by Robert M. Solomon et al.
(102002308810)

KF1249 .S68 2015  c.3 4 hr
​​​​​​​OUT
1

Cases and materials on the law of torts / by Robert M. Solomon et al.
(302002308804)

KF1249 .S68 2015  c.4 4 hr
OUT
6

 

Adding items to your course reserves

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  • Course reserve lists are processed in the order they are received
  • There is currently a 15 item maximum 
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