Saskatchewan Builders’ Lien Manual – Coming Soon!

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By Kelly Laycock

BLMcoverblogSo here it comes! Are you ready for this? The brand-new Second Edition of the Saskatchewan Builders’ Lien Manual is heading off to the printers next week, just in time for its January 2015 launch! We wanted to give you a sneak peak of this exciting new publication, which we hope will be the first of many in our new Annotated Saskatchewan Statute series (call for submissions is now open!).

The original Builders’ Lien Act Manual: A Practitioners’ Manual was written by W Brent Gough more than 20 years ago, and has stood the test of time, with copies continuing to be sold even now. That just goes to show that quality content, written by a respected and knowledgeable professional in the field, never goes out of style.

We’ve set out to maintain those high standards in the new edition. Collin K Hirschfeld, a lawyer and partner at the Saskatoon office of McKercher LLP, practices in the areas of construction and infrastructure law with experience with construction contracts, tendering, litigation and dispute resolution. He has presented at many seminars regarding construction topics, with a particular focus on builders’ lien legislation and its unique aspects and interpretation by the courts. He seemed the perfect choice to continue the legacy.

This ever-popular manual has gone through a bit of a makeover, inside and out! What a difference 20 years can make! Take a look at an excerpt and see if you don’t agree.

Coming Soon! We hear you like ebooks just as much as we do, so we are using this title for our Ebook Pilot Project with Emond Montgomery Publications (more information to come). If you show us how much you like the Saskatchewan Builders’ Lien Manual ebook, we’ll make more!

Order your print copy today!

Saskatchewan Builders’ Lien Manual
By W Brent Gough & Collin K Hirschfeld
Law Society of Saskatchewan Library
ISBN 978-0-9699120-6-4
$120.00 + tax
Standard shipping will be added. Please call 306-569-8020 for expedited shipping costs.

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