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By Christine Muldoon
The Court of Queen’s Bench amended the Rules of Court, related forms and tariff of costs effective March 15, 2019. Most of the changes relate to default judgments, while some of the changes to the forms are minor “housekeeping” changes.
As a courtesy to our members, the Law Society Library converts the PDF forms into Word documents for easy use. We have completed the conversion and these documents are now available on the Law Society website. The following forms were affected:
Please see details in The Saskatchewan Gazette, Part I, February 22, 2019