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Enforcement of Judgments, Final Report 94


This report examines the current law on enforcement of judgments outside of Alberta. Since 1925, Alberta has had a legislative regime whereby money judgments from other specified jurisdictions could be registered with the Alberta courts. Therefore, these judgments are recognized and enforceable in Alberta. This regime has been relatively unchanged since that time. In 1990, the Attorneys General and the Ministers of Justice requested that the Uniform Law Conference of Canada (ULCC) develop uniform legislation […]

AREA OF LAW Administration of Justice Corporate and Commercial
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September 29, 2008

Non-Resident Trustees Under the Dependent Adults Act, Final Report 86


A trustee under the Dependent Adults Act of Alberta handles some or all of the financial affairs of a dependent adult, depending on the terms of the trusteeship order. An individual cannot be appointed a trustee under the Dependent Adults Act unless the individual is a resident of Alberta. The Act’s prohibition of non-resident trustees creates significant practical difficulties if the only suitable or most suitable potential trustee is a non-resident or if an Alberta trustee is appointed and […]

AREA OF LAW Wills and Succession Family Law
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January 29, 2002

The Operation of the Unsecured Creditors’ Remedies System in Alberta, Research Paper 16


A plaintiff who has obtained a monetary judgement as a result of a court case, but who has not yet received that money, is known as a “judgement creditor.” This report is a survey of: whether judgement creditors made use of enforcement mechanisms to obtain their money; which remedies were used frequently, and which ones infrequently; how the remedies that were used operated, and how far they were carried; and how successful the remedy process […]

AREA OF LAW Corporate and Commercial
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FILE RPNo.16.pdf

March 3, 1986