The Law Reform Commission examines the issues of natural justice and potential procedural unfairness that arise from the administration of penalties by regulatory bodies. Recommendations include allowance for appeals in all cases, with consideration for appropriateness of the appeal, and minimal procedural rule observance.
Publications by Key Term: remedies
Reform of Fraudulent Conveyances and Fraudulent Preferences Law: Part I Transactions at Undervalue Sep 2007
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.
A New Personal Property Security Act: Tentative Proposals Jan 1991
Though The Personal Property Security Act has functioned well for the seven years it has been in place, it is in need of sufficient amendment to warrant its repeal and replacement. Most importantly, this approach would allow harmonization of the personal property security law of Western Canada. The Commission proposes a draft of a new Act.