In this paper the nature and source of an administrative agency's adjudicative and rule-making power will be examined, the manner in which the Ontario Securities Commission carries out its duties under the Securities Act analysed, an alternative approach utilised by the Securities and Exchange Commission in the United States examined,and possible improvements in the Ontario Commission's administration by adoption of this method, considered. The merits or demerits of Commission policy will not be discussed as this study is confined to an examination of the manner in which that policy is administered.
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Bellmore, Brian P..
"The Ontario Securities Commission as an Administrative Tribunal."
Osgoode Hall Law Journal