Royal Succession and the Canadian Crown as a Corporation Sole: A Critique of Canada's Succession to the Throne Act, 2013
The constitutionality of Canada’s Succession to
the Th rone Act, 2013 (Succession Act) will be
tested in Quebec’s Superior Court in the coming
months. In a case brought by two law professors
from Laval University, with the government of
Quebec as an intervener, the Quebec Superior
Court will consider whether the Parliament of
Canada’s assent to a British statute is sufficient to
change the rules of royal succession for Canada.
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