Alberta Law Reform Institute
The Alberta Law Reform Institute is the official law reform agency for the province of Alberta. It provides independent comprehensive advice to the Government of Alberta and other agencies to ensure that the law and administration of justice are kept up to date and serve Albertans to the best extent possible.
Dedicated to advancing just and effective laws through independent legal research, consultation and analysis.
A New Trustee Act for Alberta
In 2012, the Uniform Law Conference of Canada published the Uniform Trustee Act and recommended it be adopted by the common law provinces. ALRI representatives participated in the creation of the Uniform Trustee Act. ALRI's Report For Discussion #28, A New Trustee Act for Alberta, consists of recommendations for implementing the Uniform Trustee Act in Alberta. Using the Uniform Trustee Act as a starting point, ALRI has enhanced, tailored and clarified the Uniform Trustee Act to ensure Alberta's trustee legislation reflects Alberta's law and practice and meets the needs of Albertans.
Throughout this project, ALRI has been guided by an intention to make Alberta's trustee legislation modern, certain, useful, and clear. Please review our report and provide your feedback on our recommendations. Many of the highlights of the report are specifically addressed in this survey.
Please provide all feedback by March 31, 2016.
ALRI publishes Final Report 107 - Matrimonial Property Act: Valuation Date
This report recommends that parties be able to agree on the date of valuation of matrimonial property. In the absence of agreement, valuation should occur on the date of separation. The legislation should also provide for consideration of changes in property after valuation/separation.Read more ...