Free public access to historical legislation is available on the Canadian Legal Information Institute website, to view older Acts go to http://www.canlii.org/en/ab
The following older Acts are available for purchase from the Alberta Queen’s Printer email@example.com at the following prices:
Dependants Relief Act (RSA 2000 cD-10.5) - $3 each plus GST
Intestate Succession Act (RSA 2000 cI-10) - $3 each plus GST
Survivorship Act (RSA 2000 cS-28) - $2 each plus GST
Wills Act (RSA 2000 cW-12) - $4 each plus GST
After the Certificate of Service on the Debtor is complete, the money becomes available to pay out after 15 days from the date of service or the date of the monies were received by the court, which ever is greater. The Garnishee (employer, bank, etc.) serves the Debtor. The date of service is determined by how the Garnishee Summons was served. If the Garnishee Summons was served personally on the Debtor, the service is deemed on the day the summons was served. If the Garnishee Summons was served by mail on the Debtor, the service is deemed 7 days after the summons was mailed. After service has been deemed effective.
By mail - 7 days from mailing + 15 days
Personal - date of service + 15 days
If the Debtor has more than one Enforcement Creditor interested party or surplus, a statement is sent out to all interested parties showing how the Clerk intends to distribute the money. All parties have 25 days (15 days per the rules; 7 days for mailing; 3 days desk work) to object to the distribution. If the creditor has costs associated with the collection process, a Bill of Costs must be filed and taxed by the Clerk of the Court and then filed at the Personal Property Registry. The costs for filing the Bill of Costs at the PPR and the discharge of the writ after collection can be claimed at the time the Bill of Costs is filed.
Within 30 days of the Provincial Court order being
(a) entered in Court of Queen’s Bench pursuant to S. 53 of the RTA
• The Appellant must file, with the Court of Queen’s Bench an Originating Application
• with copies of all notices, documents and affidavits filed in the Provincial Court in respect of the application made in the Provincial Court
• The Appellant must also file a copy of the Order which is being appealed.
• There is a $200 filing fee.
(The items listed must be served on the other parties to the action at least 3 days, exclusive of holidays and Saturdays, before the day named in the originating application for the hearing of the application.)