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Judgment Enforcement as it Intersects with the Practice of Family Law

Ken Proudman - view Arbitrator profile
BARR LLP (Alberta)

Hosted by CBA Family North in Alberta from 12:00 pm to 1:15 pm on September 9, 2021


Scott Matheson
Partner, Field Law

Practical advice for getting and enforcing judgments, including insisting on consent judgments during settlement and what they should say to help you enforce; how to draft and enforce orders for the return of property; registering Provincial Court judgments in Queen’s Bench, taking writ proceedings, hiring bailiffs, running searches, locating assets, garnishment, examinations in aid, and contempt.


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