Practice Resources

Incorporation of Lawyers

 
Professional Incorporations Regulations allowing lawyers to incorporate have been approved Dec. 5, 2001 and filed with the Registrar of Regulations on Dec. 6, 2001.  There is a three-step process requiring:

  1. a preliminary application to the Law Society (Law Society Rule 1400, Part 17, and following);
  2. actual incorporation at the Corporations Branch; and
  3. finally an application for a permit (Form C-1) from the Law Society.

The fee for the application to obtain a permit is $200, plus GST, for a total of $210, payable to the Law Society of Saskatchewan.