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The Statutes and Regulations Revision Act
The Statutes and Regulations Revision Act authorizes the Minister of Justice and Attorney General to undertake a revision of statutes and regulations. Saskatchewan's last statute revision was completed in 1978. A concentrated, general revision of Saskatchewan's regulations has never been completed. There are 540 Acts and 740 regulations to be revised.
What is the aim of the revision?
The revision will not make substantive changes in the law. After completion of the general revision, limited revisions may be undertaken from time to time if an Act has been amended many times and requires renumbering or updating to cross-references within the Act or to other enactments. The ability to undertake limited revisions will reduce the need for a subsequent general revision.
On completion of the revision, electronic versions of statutes and regulations will become official versions. Printed versions are the only official versions at present.