This report examines section 24 of the Judicature Act, RSA 1970, c 193 and makes recommendations with regard to it. The section provides that certain actions shall not be brought or maintained unless permission has first been given by the lieutenant-governor-in-council. The history of section 24 is examined, including its legal effects, and practice relating to this section. The special protection which section 24(1) gives to Ministers of the Crown is not justified, and unless […]
|AREA OF LAW||Constitutional and Public Law|
|TAGS||authority, immunity, lawsuit, officer, official, public, tort public servant|
The Attorney General Statutes Amendment Act, 1974 (No. 2), SA 1974, c 65, s 9 striking out s 24 of the Judicature Act, RSA 1970, c 193.
August 1, 1974