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Lexum’s Annoted Civil Code of Québec, “ACCQ”, is a free online version of the Civil Code of Québec (C.C.Q.), divided by sections. The sections of the ACCQ may be found either by their number or by a full text search. It is also possible to consult the ACCQ by browsing its structure by Books, Title, Chapter or Section.
The relevant decisions issued from the Supreme Court of Canada, Appeal Court of Québec, Superior Court of Québec and Court of Québec are automatically linked to each section with the data provided by Reflex, CanLII’s citator. The neutral reference, the style of cause, the judgment date and the URL of the decisions are also attached to each section.
The ACCQ is an innovative tool integrating Web 2.0 principles into legislative analysis. Therefore, ACCQ users are able to contribute to the project by giving their own explanation as to why a certain decision is relevant in the context of a particular section of the C.C.Q.
Although this tool is in its beta phase, important efforts are made to ensure a user-friendly interface and an efficient use of the C.C.Q.
For all questions, comments and requests concerning the ACCQ, do not hesitate to contact Lexum using the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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