The new volume of the ever-popular Saskatchewan Queen’s Bench Rules Annotated, with case law and annotations updated by Christine Johnston, BEd, LLB, is now available in paperback.
The Court of Queen’s Bench has amended the Rules of Court effective August 1, 2016. The amendments update the family law rules and forms, update the foreclosure rules and forms, and make other changes to the rules of general application, including allowing for an address for service to be anywhere in Canada, and new filing deadlines for objections to expert reports, as well as new deadlines for filing materials for use in Chambers hearings. The amendments can be found on the Court’s website.
The Court of Queen’s Bench has made a number of amendments to its Rules of Court and related forms. The amendments come into effect on January 1, 2016. The amendments, include: the requirement that originating applications be issued before they are served; clarification on when issues may be resolved by summary judgment; the requirement that proof of death (such as a funeral director’s certificate) be filed with applications for probate and administration; changes to the Application for Grant of Administration form to clarify the basis on which a bond is or is not required; new forms for Application for Case Conference and Appointment for Questioning; as well as formatting amendments to all forms including the removal of the clerk’s stamp. The rule amendments can be found in Saskatchewan Gazette volume 111 no. 44, Part I (a subsequent correction confirms the effective date of January 1, 2016). A temporary link to the amended forms (PDF) can be found on the Queen’s Printer website.
The consolidated French and English versions of the 2013 Queen’s Bench Rules are now available. This version has been approved by the Court of Queen’s Bench to come into force on July 1, 2013.
The Queen’s Bench forms were provided by the Court of Queen’s Bench and are available on the Queen’s Printer website in PDF format. As a courtesy, the Law Society Library has reformatted the PDF version of the English forms provided by the Court of Queen’s Bench into Word format. Please note that the Tables of Concordance were provided by the Court of Queen’s Bench in 2011 and are current to then. Please also note that the Law Society Library did make some changes in the Tables to Part 10 to reflect recent legislative amendments.