This 2006 paper, written by Polly Dondy-Kaplan and Natasha Bakht, provides an examination of the arbitration acts and family law legislation across Canada to determine whether the religious arbitration of family law matters is possible.

The paper is an information piece. It describes the landscape of religious arbitration in the family law context in all of the jurisdictions across Canada. A brief background of the history of arbitration in Canada is also provided. The paper has not been updated, and is only current as of 2006.

Download the paper below.

2006-04-Submission-The-Application-Of-Religious-Law-In-Family-Law-Arbitration-Across-Canada