The Supreme Court Yearly Digest™ 2010 brings a brilliant analysis and classification of Supreme Court case law for yet another year. The comprehensiveness, accuracy, systematic and analytical presentation with many other unique features has made SCYD widely accepted among the legal fraternity.
SCYD 2010 covers case law of 14 volumes of SCC (as reported in SCC 2010 Volumes 1 to 12 and SCC 2009 Volumes 16 and 17). As a bonus feature, the Addendum covers SCC 2011 Volume 1 and SCC 2010 Volume 13. Additionally, this edition also includes Digest of English Law (Notes from LR, WLR and BusLR as reported by ICLR).
Standard Edition SCYD 2010 comes with superior printing done on 40 gsm Bible Paper to make the extensive work handy and light weight.
Thorough analysis Maximum extraction of legal points from each case gives more precedents that match your case.
Systematic arrangement Multiple sub-headings and an elaborate cross-reference system are provided to help you reach the desired rulings in one attempt.
Comprehensive Covers case law of 14 volumes of SCC.
Authentic and reliable Digest notes in SCYD 2010 are based on extracts from judgments themselves.
Strength of ruling The strength of any particular case can be verified by referring to the table of the cases overruled, reversed, approved etc.
Find the Citation The Table of Cases Digested helps in locating the citations of SCC and of other important journals.
Table of Books, Treatises & Articles Carries Table of Books, Treatises and Articles cited in the Supreme Court during the year.
Comparative Tables Comparative tables are provided so that the unavailability of any particular journal does not become an impediment.
Notable Excerpts Certain notable excerpts have been given, taken from the important judgments handed down in the year by the Supreme Court.
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