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Document List Using "law"

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  A New Partition and Sale Act: Proposals (2001)
(Law Reform Commission of Saskatchewan) This Report looks at the Farming and Communities Land Act and the Matrimonial Property Act and makes recommendations for reform.
  Abuse of Older Adults
(Public Legal Education Association of Saskatchewan) Information about preventing and dealing with elder abuse.
  Administrative Law
(Public Legal Education Association of Saskatchewan) When government agencies affect you.
  After Sexual Assault
(Public Legal Education Association of Saskatchewan) Information for victims of sexual assault.
  Assault
(Public Legal Education Association of Saskatchewan) Information for people who are victims of assault.
  Awards of Costs and Access to Justice: Research Paper (2011)
(Law Reform Commission of Saskatchewan) This Discussion Paper includes a description of the cost regimes in Saskatchewan and other jurisdictions, and canvasses arguments in favour of each system.
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  Babysitting
(Public Legal Education Association of Saskatchewan) Information for young people who babysit.
  Becoming a Lawyer
(Public Legal Education Association of Saskatchewan) Information for people considering a law career.
  Being a Witness in Criminal Court
(Public Legal Education Association of Saskatchewan) What to do if you are called to testify.
  Bicycling
(Public Legal Education Association of Saskatchewan) Information about laws related to bicycling and safety tips.
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  Coming to the End: Mandatory Retirement in Saskatchewan
(Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy) Most Canadian jurisdictions have now removed or modified their laws relating to mandatory retirement. John Whyte and Justin Leifso in their paper “Coming to the End: Mandatory Retirement in Saskatchewan” analyze this reform from four perspectives – legal, social, economic and human – and question Saskatchewan’s failure to join the trend to end mandatory retirement.
  Crown Immunity: Final Report
(Law Reform Commission of Saskatchewan) This report sets out the Commission's recommendations respecting the doctrine of Crown immunity, which provides that a statute does not bind the Crown unless the statute expressly so states or it is otherwise clear from the enactment that the legislature intended the Crown to be bound.
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F
  Farm Financial Difficulties
(Public Legal Education Association of Saskatchewan) Information about farm land foreclosure and farm asset seizures.
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G
  Going to a Lawyer
(Public Legal Education Association of Saskatchewan) Answers to your questions about going to a lawyer.
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H
  HIV/AIDS, the Law and You
(Public Legal Education Association of Saskatchewan) Legal rights and responsibilities for people living with HIV or AIDS.
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  Joint Tenants or Tenants in Common?
(Public Legal Education Association of Saskatchewan) Information about owning property together with one or more individuals.
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  Reform of Fraudulent Conveyances and Fraudulent Preferences Law: Part II - Preferential Payments Final Report of the Working Group (2011)
(Law Reform Commission of Saskatchewan) A joint project with the Uniform Law Conference of Canada on reform of fraudulent conveyances and fraudulent preferences law. This report is the final report of the working group on Part 2, addressing preferential payments.
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  Single Parents (overview)
(Public Legal Education Association of Saskatchewan) Rights and obligations related to custody, access and maintenance.
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  The Youth Criminal Justice Act
(Public Legal Education Association of Saskatchewan) General information about the YCJA.
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