Publications by Key Term: jurisdiction

Disposal of English Statute Law in Saskatchewan: Report May 2006

Much of British received law has now been superseded by Saskatchewan legislation or become inapplicable to the conditions of the province. However, some English statutes remain in force, and are routinely applied by the courts. The status of many other English statutes is uncertain. The Commission recommends eliminating the remaining received law.

The Role of the Uniform Law Conference in Relation to Aboriginal Laws: Conference Paper Aug 2002

The Commission suggests that the harmonization of Aboriginal laws is necessary and desirable due to changes in technology and infrastructure, as well as the changing nature of Aboriginal law-making. Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal laws can work in parallel without overlap in the jurisdiction of the respective law-making bodies.