List of summaries, consolidations and regulations
The Court Officials Act, 1984
The Court Officials Act, 1984 governs the appointment of court officials and specifies their jurisdiction, duties and powers.
The Lieutenant Governor in Council may appoint a Registrar of Courts, who is the registrar of the Courts of Appeal and Queen's Bench.
The Minister of Justice may appoint the following officials:
Every court official has jurisdiction throughout Saskatchewan unless their appointment indicates otherwise.
The Lieutenant Governor in Council may appoint an Inspector of Legal Offices who is required to:
No court official is required to render a service unless, if requested by the court official, all fees authorized by law are first paid or a satisfactory undertaking is given by the person requesting the service.
The Act also regulates the handling of money paid into court and the hours of operation and the days when Saskatchewan courts will be open.