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Publication List Using "constitutional law"

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  Administrative Penalties: Final Report (2012)
(Law Reform Commission of Saskatchewan) This Final Report 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.
  Appeals from the Exercise of Statutory Powers of Decision: Consultation Paper (2009)
(Law Reform Commission of Saskatchewan) This Consultation Paper looks at the process of appealing administrative decisions in Saskatchewan.
  Appeals from the Exercise of Statutory Powers of Decision: Final Report (2012)
(Law Reform Commission of Saskatchewan) This Final Report makes recommendations respecting the right to appeal, grounds of appeal and structure of appeals from decisions made by officials under statutory authority.
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  C-29,01 - Loi de 2012 sur les questions constitutionnelles
(Publications Saskatchewan) Loi concernant les renvois, les questions constitutionnelles et la contestation de règlements et apportant une modification corrélative à la Loi de 2000 sur la Cour d’appel
  C-29.01 - The Constitutional Questions Act, 2012
(Publications Saskatchewan) An Act respecting References, Constitutional Questions and Challenges to Regulations and making a consequential amendment to The Court of Appeal Act, 2000
  Civil Rights in Saskatchewan Long-term Care Facilities: Consultation Paper (2010)
(Law Reform Commission of Saskatchewan) This Consultation Paper addresses the adequacy of existing civil rights protections for residents of long-term care facilities.
  Civil Rights in Saskatchewan Long-term Care Facilities: Final Report (2013)
(Law Reform Commission of Saskatchewan) The Commission sets out proposals to improve civil rights in Saskatchewan's long-term care facilities.
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  Federalism and First Nations: Making Space for First Nations' Self-Determination in the Federal Inherent Right Policy (2005)
(Law Reform Commission of Saskatchewan) This paper argues that federal and provincial governments renew their self-government policies to give meaning to the inherent right of First Nations to self-government.
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  Presumption of Crown Immunity: Consultation Paper (2012)
(Law Reform Commission of Saskatchewan) This Consultation Paper discusses the presumption of Crown immunity and the consequences of its reversal.
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  Renewing the Privacy Act: Final Report (2012)
(Law Reform Commission of Saskatchewan) This Final Report recommends several changes to The Privacy Act that would make the Act a more effective complement to more specific legislation.
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  The Role of the Uniform Law Conference in Relation to Aboriginal Law: Conference Paper (2002)
(Law Reform Commission of Saskatchewan) Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal laws can work in parallel without overlap in the jurisdiction of the respective law-making bodies.
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