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Publication List Using "death"

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  A Death in the Family
(Public Legal Education Association of Saskatchewan) Practical considerations upon the death of a loved one.
  Advance Health Care Directives Act: Proposals (1991)
(Law Reform Commission of Saskatchewan) This Report discusses the role of the proposed Advance Health Care Directives Act in promoting dying with dignity.
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  C-38.01 - The Coroners Act, 1999
(Publications Saskatchewan) An Act respecting Coroners
  C-38.01 Reg 1 - The Coroners Regulations, 2000
(Publications Saskatchewan) under The Coroners Act, 1999
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D
  Definition of Death Act: Proposals (1980)
(Law Reform Commission of Saskatchewan) This Report looks at how medical technology can extend some life functions and proposes legislation defining “death” as the total and irreversible cessation of brain function.
  Definition of Death Act: Tentative Proposals (1980)
(Law Reform Commission of Saskatchewan) This Report considers how advances in medical technology make it necessary to clarify the definition of death. The Report makes tentative proposals for a definition.
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F
  F-11 - The Fatal Accidents Act
(Publications Saskatchewan) An Act respecting Compensation for Fatal Accidents
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H
  H-15.1 - The Human Tissue Gift Act, 2015
(Publications Saskatchewan) An Act to Facilitate the Donation of Certain Tissues from One Living Person to Another for Transplantation and to Facilitate the Donation, after Death, of Tissues, Bodies or Body Parts for Transplantation, Medical or Scientific Purposes and to make a consequential amendment to The Adult Guardianship and Co-decision-making Act
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  M-20.01 - The Missing Persons and Presumption of Death Act
(Publications Saskatchewan) An Act respecting Missing Persons and Persons Presumed to be Dead and repealing The Absentee Act
  M-20.01 Reg 1 - The Missing Persons and Presumption of Death Regulations
(Publications Saskatchewan) under The Missing Persons and Presumption of Death Act
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O
  OC 368/2018 - The Human Tissue Gift Regulations (Minister of Health)
(Cabinet Secretariat) .
  OC 471/2018 - The Vital Statistics (Medical Certificate of Death) Amendment Regulations, 2018/ Règlement modificatif de 2018 sur les services de l’état civil (certificat médical de décès) (Minister of Health/Minister Responsible for Rural & Remote Health)
(Cabinet Secretariat) .
  OC 609/2009 - Appointment of Sheri Ann Hupp as Registrar of Vital Statistics (Minister of Justice and Attorney General/Minister Responsible for Information Services Corporation)
(Cabinet Secretariat) .
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S
  Surviving Joint Tenant Transfers
(Information Services Corporation (ISC)) When a title has joint tenants and one or more of the tenants is deceased, an Application for Transfer to Surviving Joint Tenant is required to have a new title set up in the names of the surviving owner(s).
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  Transmission Applications
(Information Services Corporation (ISC)) Complete this Application to transfer title from a title owner who is deceased to his or her personal representative (an executor or administrator of estate) or to transfer title from a title owner who is bankrupt to his or her trustee in bankruptcy (summary or ordinary).
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  V-7,21 - Loi de 2009 sur les services de l’état civil
(Publications Saskatchewan) Loi concernant les services de l’état civil et apportant des modifications corrélatives à d’autres lois
  V-7.21 - The Vital Statistics Act, 2009
(Publications Saskatchewan) An Act respecting the Keeping of Vital Statistics and making consequential amendments to other Acts
  V-7.21 Reg 1 - The Vital Statistics Regulations, 2010
(Publications Saskatchewan) under The Vital Statistics Act, 2009
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  Wills and Estates
(Public Legal Education Association of Saskatchewan) Making a will and administering an estate.
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