Under Quebec’s Code Civil, transactions at undervalue and preferential transfers are subject to the same rules, and outcomes have been found to be predictable and consistent. This paper is meant to provide an overview of this part of Quebec law, and no recommendations are made.
This paper is part one of a two-part report on fraudulent conveyances and fraudulent preferences. The entire report outlines draft legislation that, if adopted in each province and territory, would provide uniform laws across Canada.
The Uniform Law Conference of Canada (Civil Law section) outlines its work on fraudulent preferences and the effort to create uniform draft legislation for the provinces to adopt. This report includes summaries of existing provincial and federal legislation, and review of the policy considerations and issues still to be determined.
The Manitoba and Saskatchewan Law Reform Commissions consider title insurance and its effect on both individuals and the public interest in residential real property transactions. Some conveyance practices have been found to be inefficient and unsecure, and suggestions are made to improve security of title without causing delay or difficulty in transfer