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The Interprovincial Enforcement of Judgments

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A Creditor and a Debtor enter into a financial agreement in Alberta. After several years, the Debtor moves to Manitoba, leaving behind only sparse assets, (not nearly enough to cover the costs owed) in Alberta. Following a slowdown of repayments, the Creditor decides to take legal action against the Debtor in the Alberta Court of the Queen’s Bench.


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Source: Michael N. Bergman, B.C.L./L.L.B McGill University

Published under: Legal Remedies
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Disclaimer: These articles are intended to provide only general legal information, not legal advice; for advice specifically about a particular case, consult a lawyer.