THE CANADIAN LAW OF CIVIL AVIATION
AbstractIn this article the author discusses two new areas of development arising in the Canadian law of Civil Aviation. First, he examines developments in cases dealing with the conditions of air traffic tickets or releases purporting to limit or relieve carriers from liabilities. In conducting such an examination, he examines several cases from both Canada and England. He then discusses developments in cases dealing with the application of res ipsa loquiter in aviation disasters, but only in relation to Canadian cases.
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