I know M. James is working hard to get the common-law available for all English, based from knowledge from England. Now as for Québec, laws are based from those in France from colonial times.
We somehow use 2 systems of law, however with our Civil Code, it seems that it would include many aspects of the common-law.
Obviously, I'm not genius when it comes to laws and need to figure out how it works. Actually, there is around 4000 articles in the Civil Code which would certainly requires attorney and therefore getting into the wrong camp.
And on top of this, it has to be in French as it's my first language, all current words used in the common-law has to be specific on the matter.
Anyone could point me out a few more details or someone to help out?