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Are You Being Sued by a Bankrupt Plaintiff? Here’s what you need to know!

Unfortunately, there are too many occasions where a defendant in an action declares bankruptcy, which results in a stay on proceedings and…

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Guarantee THIS! How to Correctly Enforce a Guarantee

I’m sure at some stage in our lives, we have all either been or needed a guarantor. Mother or father standing in…

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The Potential Expiry of Builders’ Liens

This article originally appeared in the CBA Saskatchewan Branch’s Bar Notes and is reprinted with their kind permission. One builders’ lien issue that has…

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The Modernization of Saskatchewan’s Debt Collection Laws

In the past, judgment enforcement law was found in many uncoordinated and dated statutes. Changes to Saskatchewan legislation modernized and centralized the…

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Construction Liens in Saskatchewan

Note: The rules and law may have changed since this article was first published. It is provided for archival purposes but you…

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Collecting Judgments

Many small businesses extend customer credit, which may mean dealing with unpaid accounts. You might choose to sue on the outstanding account…

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