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Statute of Frauds and Related Legislation, Research Paper 12


This report examines the provisions of the Statue of Frauds and the Guarantees Acknowledgment Act, an Alberta statute. Where the provisions of these Acts are still useful, the report recommends that it be retained and reformed, where they are not useful that they be abolished. The Statue of Frauds was enacted by the English Parliament in 1677 to prevent false claims being accepted by the courts by requiring that a number of kinds of contracts and dispositions of interest in […]

AREA OF LAW Administration of Justice Corporate and Commercial Procedure Property Real Property
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June 4, 1985

Statute of Frauds and Related Legislation, Final Report 44


This report examines the provisions of the Statue of Frauds and the Guarantees Acknowledgment Act, an Alberta statute. Where the provisions of these Acts are still useful, the report recommends that it be retained and reformed, where they are not useful that they be abolished. The Statue of Frauds was enacted by the English Parliament in 1677 to prevent false claims being accepted by the courts by requiring that a number of kinds of contracts […]

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June 1, 1985

Guarantees Acknowledgment Act, RSA 1970, c 173, Final Report 5


In early 1970 the ALRI was asked by the Attorney General of Alberta to study the Guarantees Acknowledgment Act, 1969, and to argue for its removal or preservation. The ALRI then examined various facets of the law related to this statute, sought and received the opinions of several practitioners, and subsequently provided several recommendations. The Guarantees Acknowledgment Act, 1969, should be retained, subject to certain amendments. First, guarantees given on the sale of any interest […]

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ENACTMENT

Principal recommendation for retention of Guarantees Acknowledgment Act (now RSA 2000, c G-11) accepted. Recommendations for incidental amendments not acted upon.

October 1, 1970