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Document List Using "property"

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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.
  A New Personal Property Security Act: Proposals (1992)
(Law Reform Commission of Saskatchewan) This Report considers changes to the proposed Personal Property Security Act since publication of Tentative Proposals for a New Personal Property Security Act.
  A New Personal Property Security Act: Tentative Proposals (1991)
(Law Reform Commission of Saskatchewan) This Report outlines the need for reform to the The Personal Property Security Act and proposes a draft of a new Act.
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  Business Assets Transfers
(Finance) PST Bulletin 60: Transfer of Business Assets
  Buying and Selling a Home
(Public Legal Education Association of Saskatchewan) A guide to real estate transactions in Saskatchewan.
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  Changes In Limitation Legislation: Part I- The Effect of Limitations on Title to Real Property (1981)
(Law Reform Commission of Saskatchewan) This Report looks at The Limitation of Actions Actand recommends reform.
  Common Law Relationships Under The Matrimonial Property Act (1997)
(Law Reform Commission of Saskatchewan) The Commission looks at The Matrimonial Property Act and recommends that common law relationships be included.
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  Distress for Rent: Proprosals (1993)
(Law Reform Commission of Saskatchewan) The Commission examines the doctrine of distress and recommends reform.
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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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  Landowners' Liability for Injury to Recreational Visitors (2006)
(Law Reform Commission of Saskatchewan) This Report looks at landowners' liability for injuries to recreational visitors and makes recommendations for reform.
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  Matrimonial Homes Act: Report to the Attorney General (1976)
(Law Reform Commission of Saskatchewan) This Report contains recommendations concerning the exercise of judicial discretion and co-ownership of the matrimonial home.
  Matrimonial Property Act: Selected Topics (1996)
(Law Reform Commission of Saskatchewan) After fifteen years of experience with The Matrimonial Property Act , the Commission recommends amendments to correct problems of implementation.
  Matrimonial Property Act: Tentative Proposals for Reform (1974)
(Law Reform Commission of Saskatchewan) This Report recommends amendments be made to The Matrimonial Property Act.
  Matrimonial Property Legislation: Proprosals (1985)
(Law Reform Commission of Saskatchewan) This Report recommends guiding principles for the reform of matrimonial property legislation.
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  Natural Account Manual
(Finance) The Natural Account Manual provides information on the asset, liability, equity, revenue and expense accounts available for use in MIDAS (the Government's financial system).
  Non-Resident Vendors Supplying and Installing Tangible Personal Property
(Finance) PST Bulletin 49: Non-Resident Vendors Supplying and Installing Tangible Personal Property
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  Personal Property Security Act: A Handbook (1987)
(Law Reform Commission of Saskatchewan) This Handbook offers an in depth look at the Saskatchewan Personal Property Security Act.
  Power of Attorney
(Public Legal Education Association of Saskatchewan) When to use a power of attorney and what to do if there are problems.
  Private Title Insurance: Final Report (2007)
(Law Reform Commission of Saskatchewan) This Report is restricted to a consideration of the effects of title insurance in the context of the conveyancing of residential real property. (April 2007)
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  Reform of The Land Contracts (Actions) Act: Final Report (July 2014)
(Law Reform Commission of Saskatchewan) The Land Contracts (Actions) Act (the LCAA) is consumer protection legislation intended to protect borrowers by requiring lenders to obtain leave of the court before starting foreclosure proceedings. The protection is provided as time: time to bring the mortgage up to date, refinance, or sell the property before foreclosure or judicial sale or, if that is not possible, time to find alternative accommodation. The LCAA is 70 year old legislation, having been enacted in 1943. This Final Report considers the steps required by the LCAA and recommends reforms to better protect borrowers.
  Reform of The Land Contracts (Actions) Act: Consultation Paper (2013)
(Law Reform Commission of Saskatchewan) This Consultation Paper considers mortgage remedies in Saskatchewan and across Canada, and offers possible approaches to reform The Land Contracts (Actions) Act.
  Reverse Mortgages: Consultation Paper (2006)
(Law Reform Commission of Saskatchewan) This Paper discusses benefits and problems, and reviews proposals for regulation of reverse mortgages.
  Reverse Mortgages: Final Report (2006)
(Law Reform Commission of Saskatchewan) This Report looks at the effects and reverse mortgages and recommends regulation, including disclosure requirements.
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  Solar Access Legislation: Background Paper (2007)
(Law Reform Commission of Saskatchewan) This Paper explores policy options available for the province with respect to solar access legislation.
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  The Rule of Saunders v. Vautier and the Variation of Trusts (1994)
(Law Reform Commission of Saskatchewan) This Report looks at the rule that beneficiaries of a trust can call upon the trustee to terminate the trust and distribute the trust property as the direct.
  The Saskatchewan Enforcement of Money Judgments Act: Commentary and Analysis
(Professor Ronald C.C.Cuming Q.C.) This book contains a section-by-section commentary on and analysis of the Saskatchewan Enforcement of Money Judgments Act that effected a fundamental change in Saskatchewan money judgment enforcement law.
  The Statute of Frauds: Proposals (1996)
(Law Reform Commission of Saskatchewan) The Commission examines The Statute of Fraudsand recommends it be repealed and that provisions regarding the sale of land be included in The Land Contracts (Actions) Act.
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  When Couples Separate
(Public Legal Education Association of Saskatchewan) Ending a spousal relationship.
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