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Minister Gordon Wyant

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Bill 102, An Act to Amend The Builders’ Lien Act, received royal assent and came into force on March 12, 2014.  The amendments in Bill 102 provide that licensed Saskatchewan land surveyors may use the builders’ lien process to recover unpaid fees for their professional services, raise the limitation period in that applies to trust claims from one to two years, and provide that a contract is deemed to be complete when the price of completion is not more than 1% of the contract price.

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The government has introduced amendments to legislation to assist in the seizure of criminal property in Saskatchewan.

The Seizure of Criminal Property Amendment Act, 2013 (No.2) will establish an administrative seizure process that will operate in addition to the existing court process.

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The Ministry of Justice and the RCMP are using new electronic ticketing equipment to reduce the amount of time spent on traffic offenses in the province.

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A public inquest into the death of David Gruno has been scheduled for December 2 through December 6, 2013 at 10 a.m. at the Court of Queen’s Bench in Swift Current.

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