Following up his webinar from January 2018, Professor Ron Cuming will present a final report of the Law Reform Commission’s proposals for a new Land Charges Act for Saskatchewan which is to be submitted to the Minister this fall. Professor Cuming has identified three principal problems with Saskatchewan’s current real property security law: (1) the law lacks conceptual unity and structural coherence, (2) enforcement is inefficient; and (3) it results in an unnecessary use of court resources. The proposed Land Charges Act addresses these problems by codifying, modifying, and compiling Saskatchewan’s laws in relation to real property security into one statute. Join Professor Ron Cuming from the College of Law, University of Saskatchewan, for this must-see presentation.
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