Inheritance in Ontario - Wills and Other Records for Family Historians by Jane E. MacNamara
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Genealogy and the Law in Canada
OGS/DUNDURN GENEALOGIST'S REFERENCE SHELF
Dr. Margaret Ann Wilkinson
Digital records and broad access to the Internet have revolutionized the ways in which genealogists approach their investigations — and has made it much easier to locate information relevant to any particular genealogical inquiry from sources often separated by vast distances. The law, on the other hand, remains very connected to particular geographic locations. There are legal differences depending on whether you are doing personal research or working for others for pay.
This book will discuss the relevant laws — access to information, protection of personal data and copyright — applicable to those working within Canada with materials that are located, at the time you are doing the work, in Canada. The opinions expressed in this book are not intended as legal advice.
2010 125p glossary
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