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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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FORMAT Publications
FILE fr094.pdf

September 29, 2008

Family Law v. 18.1–Overview, Report for Discussion 18.1

This report presents the criticisms of Family Law (as it stood at the time of publication) that led to the initiation of the Family Law project by the ALRI. Chief among these criticisms: much of Alberta family law is outdated; family Law is split up among several different pieces of legislation; different parts of Alberta family law are not consistent with each other; family law is controlled by numerous different bodies, with no central authority. […]

AREA OF LAW Children Family Law Marriage & Divorce
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FORMAT Publications
FILE rfd18.1.pdf

October 2, 1998