To use fillable forms (Annual Report, Accountant's Report) please save the form to your local computer and use Adobe Reader or Acrobat to complete the form. You can download a current version of Adobe Reader here. Please print and mail completed form to:
Law Society of Saskatchewan
1100-2002 Victoria Ave.
Regina, SK S4P 0R7
Electronic copies will not be accepted.
Must be completed and filed within 30 days of commencing practice. Must complete and file to obtain approval to open a trust account. Please contact the Law Society of Saskatchewan for further information if starting up a new firm.
Completion provides the Law Foundation of Saskatchewan with power of attorney to assess the accuracy of interest received or that should be received by the Law Foundation in regard to pooled trust accounts maintained by members/firms. This form must be filed within 3 months of the member/firm fiscal year end and is required to be filed annually.
Must be completed by all members/firms operating a trust account at any time during the fiscal year. This form must be filed within 3 months of the member/firm fiscal year end or termination of practice.
Members/firms may be exempt from filing an Accountant's Report (TA-5 or TA-5R) for a particular year if approval has been received from the Law Society of Saskatchewan. Exemption status is determined on an annual basis.
Members/firms not receiving a written exemption from filing an Accountant's Report for a particular year are required to file either a TA-5 or TA-5R. The TA-5 is selected for completion for firms based on predetermined criteria (i.e. number of issues and complaints in previous years). The TA-5R is selected on a random basis for firms that would be otherwise exempt. The TA-5R is also required to be completed for each of the first two years that a firm is practicing and in the year in which a firm terminates.
The Accountant's Report must be filed within 3 months of the member/firm fiscal year end or termination of practice.
Rule 1514(4) requires all trust amounts in excess of $25 million be withdrawn electronically following strict procedures and protocols as outlined in the Rule and in this form.
Rule 1702 provides for funds in excess of $50.00 held in trust for 2 or more years to be paid to the Law Society upon submissions and approval of Form TA-9 (Unclaimed Trust Funds - payment application). Amounts under $50.00 held in trust for 2 or more years may be received by the Law Society as part of the annual reporting process provided certain criteria are met.