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Court ruling bars Government of Saskatchewan from funding non-Catholic students in Catholic schools

Good Spirit School Division No. 204 v Christ the Teacher Roman Catholic Separate School Division No. 212 , 2017 SKQB 109  ..

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Saskatchewan Court of Appeal rules presumption of resulting trust does not apply to transfers of land

In a recent decision of the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal, the Court has clarified that the presumption of a resulting trust no longer applies to transfers of land in the province.  ..

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Signed Acknowledgements in the Digital Age

I.D.H. Diamonds NV v Embee Diamond Technologies Inc. - 2017 SKQB 79  ..

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When is the resignation of a corporate director effective?

Canada v Chriss , 2016 FCA 236  ..

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Handwritten Notes may revoke a formally executed Will

Fitzpatrick v Ollenberger, 2017 SKCA 24  ..

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Changes to the Provincial Sales Tax: Saskatchewan’s 2017-18 Budget

Saskatchewan’s 2017-18 budget delivered by Finance Minister Kevin Doherty came as a surprise to many. To compensate for the financial challenges imposed by the decline of resource royalty revenue, our government decided to expand its revenue base by increasing PST from 5% to 6%, effective March 23, 2017. This measure is estimated to increase revenue in 2017-18 by $242.1M. However, to soften the negative impact of the PST increase, and to encourage economic growth in the province, the government has reduced provincial personal and corporate income tax rates by 0.5% effective July 1, 2017 and another 0.5% on July 1, 2019.  ..

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The Summary Judgment Procedure: A Bridge to Expedited Litigation

Surespan Construction Ltd v The Government of Saskatchewan , 2017 SKQB 55.  ..

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Limitation of liability provision in electronic waiver upheld by the Court of Queen’s Bench

Quilichini v Wilson’s Greenhouse & Garden Centre Ltd. and Velocity Raceway Ltd., 2017 SKQB 10.  ..

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Failure to conform to the CBCA does not itself trigger oppression remedy

Mr. Mennillo and Mr. Rosati together began Intramodal Inc., a transportation business, in 2004. Mr. Mennillo advanced substantial amounts of money to the corporation and received 49 of 100 shares, the balance of the shares being held by Mr. Rosati who managed the corporation.  ..

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Ten Ways That Fine Print Matters to Trucking Companies

Ten Ways That Fine Print Matters to Trucking Companies  ..

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