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Publication List Using "debt"

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  Consumer Credit Act: Proposals (1989)
(Law Reform Commission of Saskatchewan) This Final Report recommends the enactment of The Consumer Credit Act and The Pawnbrokers Act in order to modernize Saskatchewan's consumer credit legislation.
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  Debts and Credit
(Public Legal Education Association of Saskatchewan) Information about dealing with consumer debt and options for creditors.
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  Family Financial Arrangements - Guarantees: Final Report (2006)
(Law Reform Commission of Saskatchewan) This Report looks at mischief associated with loan guarantees made by family members and recommends enhanced consumer protection measures.
  Farm Financial Difficulties
(Public Legal Education Association of Saskatchewan) Information about farm land foreclosure and farm asset seizures.
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  OC 560/2012 - T.rex Discovery Centre Inc. Grant for $135,000 – Paying Debenture Debt (Minister of Parks, Culture and Sport)
(Cabinet Secretariat) .
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  R.S.S. 1930, Chapter 71 (1931-02-01) - The Absconding Debtors Act
(Publications Saskatchewan) HISTORICAL CHAPTER 71 An Act respecting Absconding Debtors
  R.S.S. 1930, Chapter 72 (1931-02-01) - The Attachment of Debts Act
(Publications Saskatchewan) HISTORICAL CHAPTER 72 An Act respecting the Attachment of Debts
  R.S.S. 1930, Chapter 73 (1931-02-01) - The Small Debts Recovery Act
(Publications Saskatchewan) HISTORICAL CHAPTER 73 An Act respecting the Recovery of Small Debts
  R.S.S. 1940, Chapter 84 (1941-02-01) - The Absconding Debtors Act
(Publications Saskatchewan) HISTORICAL CHAPTER 84 An Act respecting Absconding Debtors
  R.S.S. 1940, Chapter 85 (1941-02-01) - The Attachment of Debts Act
(Publications Saskatchewan) HISTORICAL CHAPTER 85 An Act respecting the Attachment of Debts
  R.S.S. 1940, Chapter 86 (1941-02-01) - The Small Debts Recovery Act
(Publications Saskatchewan) HISTORICAL CHAPTER 86 An Act respecting the Recovery of Small Debts
  R.S.S. 1940, Chapter 87 (1941-02-01) - The Debt Adjustment Act
(Publications Saskatchewan) HISTORICAL CHAPTER 87 An Act to facilitate the Adjustment of Debts
  R.S.S. 1978, Chapter A-2 (1979-02-26) - The Absconding Debtors Act
(Publications Saskatchewan) CHAPTER A-2 An Act respecting Absconding Debtors
  R.S.S. 1978, Chapter A-29 (1979-02-26) - The Assignment of Book Debts Act
(Publications Saskatchewan) CHAPTER A-29 An Act respecting Assignments of Book Debts
  R.S.S. 1978, Chapter A-32 (1979-02-26) - The Attachments of Debts Act
(Publications Saskatchewan) CHAPTER A-32 An Act respecting the Attachment of Debts
  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.
  Reform of Fraudulent Conveyances and Fraudulent Preferences Law (Transactions at Undervalue and Preferential Transfers): Progress Report (2009)
(Law Reform Commission of Saskatchewan) This report provides an update on The Uniform Law Conference of Canada's project on reform of fraudulent conveyance and fraudulent preference laws. The aim of the project is to create draft legislation for each province/territory to adopt.
  Reform of Fraudulent Conveyances and Fraudulent Preferences Law: Part II - Preferential Transfers (2008)
(Law Reform Commission of Saskatchewan) The Uniform Law Conference of Canada (Civil Law section) outlines its work on fraudulent preferences and the effort to create uniform draft legislation for the provinces to adopt.
  Reform of Fraudulent Conveyances and Fraudulent Preferences Law: Part I - Transactions at Undervalue (2007)
(Law Reform Commission of Saskatchewan) This Report includes summaries of existing provincial and federal legislation concerning fraudulent preferences, and reviews the policy considerations and issues still to be determined.
  Reform of Fraudulent Conveyances and Fraudulent Preferences Law: Part I - Transactions at Undervalue and Fraudulent Transactions Final Report (2010)
(Law Reform Commission of Saskatchewan) This FInal Report is part one of a two-part report on fraudulent conveyances and fraudulent preferences. The entire report outlines draft legislation that, if adopted in each province and territory, would provide uniform laws across Canada.
  Reform of Fraudulent Conveyances and Fraudulent Preferences Law: Part I - Transactions at Undervalue Supplementary Report (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 recommends revisions to the Part 1 Final Report in response to questions raised at the 2010 Conference and as a result of work on Part 2 of the project.
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  Secured Consumer Credit Transactions, Summary of Recommendations: Tentative Proposals for a Consumer Credit Act, Part III (1981)
(Law Reform Commission of Saskatchewan) These Tentative Proposals are meant to act as a supplement to The Personal Property Security Act that was enacted in 1980.
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  Uniform Reviewable Transactions Act (2012)
(Law Reform Commission of Saskatchewan) This Act is intended to provide a uniform, comprehensive approach to the debtor/creditor relationship.
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