Book Review – The Saskatchewan Enforcement of Money Judgments Act

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By Alan Kilpatrick

BkRevMoneyJudgmentsThe Saskatchewan Enforcement of Money Judgments Act: Commentary and Analysis
By Ronald Cumming and Donald Layh
Queen’s Printer, 2012
452 pp.

 

Are you dealing with The Saskatchewan Enforcement of Money Judgments Act?  Fortunately, Ronald Cumming and Donald Layh have written an extensive analysis of the act.  The Queen’s Printer describes this item on its website,

This book contains a section-by-section commentary on and analysis of the Saskatchewan Enforcement of Money Judgments Act that effected a fundamental change in Saskatchewan money judgment enforcement law. The authors have described and analysed all parts of the Act and the ways in which they relate to each other. Where appropriate, they have provided scenarios through which aspects of the Act are explained and have recorded their conclusions as to the meaning and effect of ambiguous provisions of the Act. The book has been designed for use by the Courts, sheriffs, law students, legal practitioners and financial institutions.

Please stop by the Law Society of Saskatchewan Library if you are interested in checking this item out.  This item is in print at KF 9025.C97 2012.  You can also purchase this item from the Queen’s Printer here.

 

In the Legal Sourcery book review, new, thought-provoking, and notable library resources are reviewed. If you would like to read any of the resources reviewed, please contact our library at reference@lawsociety.sk.ca or (306) 569-8020. Let us know if there is a book you would like reviewed.

 

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