Statutory Limitation Periods in Alberta Statutes: 1976 Update
AbstractIn the third issue of its 1974 volume the Alberta Law Review presented the first comprehensive compilation of limitation periods in Alberta statutes done since 1962. The materials presented in the current volume are an effort to continue this project on an annual basis. As was the case with the 1974 compilation, these materials were prepared by the Institute of Law Research and Reform at the request of the current editor of the Alberta Law Review. While every effort at thoroughness has been made, the Institute of Law Research and Reform does not represent the absolute accuracy or absolute coverage of the limitation periods in the 1975 Statutes of Alberta. Again, it should be noted that no reference has been made to the Alberta Regulations with respect to limitation periods, and the reader is advised tohave regard to the provisions of the Interpretation Act, R.S.A. 1970, c. 189 with respecttothe computation of time.
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