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Saskatchewan Court Decisions
- Chaptered Statutes
[Queen’s Printer] — On the Queen’s Printer web site, scroll down to click on the link for “Separate Chapters” to see the session laws (also called third-reading bills) enacted in each legislative session, starting with 1997. See also “Tables” for an overview of the status of acts and regulations, including name, chapter number, dates of original enactment and amendments, and effective date.
- Consolidated Statutes of Saskatchewan
[Queen’s Printer] — On the Queen’s Printer web site, scroll down to click on the link for “Acts (Consolidated Statutes)” to see the codified laws.
Saskatchewan Rules of Procedure and Practice
- Rules of Court
[Queen’s Printer] — On the Queen’s Printer web site, scroll down to click on the link for “Rules of Court” to see links to documents containing Queen’s Bench rules, Queen’s Bench forms, an index to Queen’s Bench rules and forms, rules respecting criminal proceedings, Court of Appeal rules, tariff of costs, and Queen’s Bench practice directives (also links to a list of judges, courthouse addresses, etc., as well as selected Federal Court rules and repealed Court of Appeal rules).
- Code of Professional Conduct
[Law Society of Saskatchewan]
Saskatchewan Administrative Law Sources
- Consolidated Regulations
[Queen’s Printer] — On the Queen’s Printer web site, scroll down to click on the link for “Regulations.”
- Saskatchewan Gazette
[Queen’s Printer] — On the Queen’s Printer web site, scroll down to click on the link for “The Saskatchewan Gazette.” This is published weekly in three parts. Part I contains official government notices, orders in council, and those private notices required to be published by statute. Parts II and III contain the official versions of regulations as enacted. On-line issues start with 1994.
Saskatchewan Ordinances and Home-Rule Charters
These are charters (that is, organic laws, however denominated) and bylaws of municipalities — cities, towns, etc. —, which either are available on the municipality’s web site or can be freely accessed on the web site of a commercial publisher or other provider.
Note that a charter could be included in a collection of bylaws (see below) instead of being separately accessible.
Saskatchewan Law-Related Periodicals
Periodicals providing on-line articles are linked here. See also links to web sites of all Canadian-published law reviews and periodicals as well as links to all U.S.-published law-review web sites.
- Benchers’ Digest
This is the newsletter of the Law Society of Saskatchewan, starting with the issue for October 1997.
Other Saskatchewan Commentary
- A Guide to Doing Business in Saskatchewan. MacPherson Leslie & Tyerman LLP.
Saskatchewan Law-Related Topical Web Sites
Saskatchewan Court Information
- Court of Queen’s Bench Forms
These are on the Queen’s Printer web site (scroll down to click on the link for “Rules of Court”; then scroll down to click on the link for “Queen’s Bench Forms”; then scroll down to click on the “Open Document” button).
- Justice Department Forms
Other Saskatchewan Resources
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