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The Creation of Wills, Final Report 96


Categories Menu By Area of Law Administration of Justice Constitutional and Public Law Contract Corporate and Commercial Criminal Law Debtor and Creditor Employment and Industrial Law Equity and Trusts Family Law General Legal Profession Medical Law Partnerships and Associations Personal Representatives Procedure Property Tort Wills and Succession Publication Type The Creation of Wills This report makes a number of recommendations to reform the Wills Act. It recommends that Alberta courts be given the power to validate […]

AREA OF LAW Wills and Succession
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FORMAT Publications
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September 29, 2009

The Creation of Wills, Report for Discussion 20


This report makes a number of recommendations to reform the Wills Act. It recommends that Alberta courts be given the power to validate a will or an alteration, revocation or revival of a will even if it does not comply with the formalities prescribed by the Wills Act. It also recommends that the age of testamentary capacity remain the same as the age of majority (18 years) so that a minor cannot make a valid will. People […]

AREA OF LAW Wills and Succession
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FORMAT Publications
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September 2, 2009

Powers and Procedures for Administrative Tribunals in Alberta, Final Report 79


Existing legislation that governs the procedures of adjudicative tribunals in Alberta – the Alberta Administrative Procedures Act – is seriously deficient. It has not kept up to date with new case law, nor does it even apply to a majority of Alberta’s adjudicative tribunals. The ALRI suggests replacing this legislation with the Administrative Powers and Procedures Act. It would apply to all tribunals and because of the diverse range of tribunal functions and resources, include “opt-in” legislation. This […]

AREA OF LAW Administration of Justice Procedure
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FORMAT Publications
FILE fr079.pdf

December 29, 1999

Powers & Procedures for Administrative Agencies: MODEL CODE


The final product that arises from this consultation will be a comprehensive Model Code of Powers and Procedures, and an accompanying Annotation that sets out important case law that supplements or clarifies the rules. The Code will clarify the powers that already exist under the common law, and provide for additional powers necessary to the efficient and effective functioning of agencies. The code will not be a rigid set of rules that apply to every […]

AREA OF LAW Administration of Justice Court Rules & Procedure Courts Procedure
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FORMAT Publications
FILE CM6.pdf

April 4, 1999

Powers & Procedures for Administrative Agencies: MODEL CODE


The final product that arises from this consultation will be a comprehensive Model Code of Powers and Procedures, and an accompanying Annotation that sets out important case law that supplements or clarifies the rules. The Code will clarify the powers that already exist under the common law, and provide for additional powers necessary to the efficient and effective functioning of agencies. The code will not be a rigid set of rules that apply to every […]

AREA OF LAW Constitutional and Public Law
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FORMAT Publications
FILE cm006.pdf

April 1, 1999

Advance Directives and Substitute Decision-Making in Personal Health Care, Final Report 64


Present law relating to substitute healthcare decision-making is deficient, as it requires that consent be obtained but does not provided a practical mechanism for doing so. The law also fails to provide individuals with a mechanism for planning for their own incapacity with respect to healthcare decisions. This report contains 28 recommendations and contains draft legislation entitled Health Care Instructions Act which would create the advance directive, create the healthcare agent or proxy, and integrate the scheme […]

AREA OF LAW Wills and Succession
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FORMAT Publications
FILE fr064.pdf

March 29, 1993

Advance Directives and Substitute Decision-Making in Personal Health Care, Report for Discussion 11


Present law relating to substitute healthcare decision-making is deficient, as it requires that consent be obtained but does not provided a practical mechanism for doing so. The law also fails to provide individuals with a mechanism for planning for their own incapacity with respect to healthcare decisions. This report contains 28 recommendations and contains draft legislation entitled Health Care Instructions Act which would create the advance directive, create the healthcare agent or proxy, and integrate the scheme […]

AREA OF LAW Wills and Succession
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FORMAT Publications
FILE rfd11.pdf

March 2, 1993