Monthly Archives: January 2011

Exemptions Act Statute: Click here to read the Statute Exempt Property the household furniture, utensils, and equipment that are contained in and form part of the permanent home of a debtor not exceeding $200 in value. the necessary and ordinary wearing apparel of the debtor and the debtor’s family. the… Read more

The Exemptions Act and The Saskatchewan Farm Security Act Statute: Click here to read the Exemptions Act Statute: Click here to read the Farm Security Act Exempt Property the necessary and ordinary clothing of himself and his family. furniture and household furnishings and household appliances, to the extent of $4,500… Read more

Code of Civil Procedure Statute: Click here to read the Statute Exempt Property movable property which furnishes his main residence, used by and necessary for the life of the household, up to a market value of $6,000. food, fuel, linens and clothing necessary for the life of the household. instruments… Read more

Judgment and Execution Act Statute: Click here to read the Statute Exempt Property the necessary and ordinary clothing of the debtor and his family. any motor vehicle owned by the debtor not exceeding $3,000 in value, except to satisfy all or any part of a fine the payment of which… Read more

The Executions Act Statute: Click here to read the Executions Act of Ontario The Executions Act of Ontario lists various personal property that you would be permitted to keep if you were to file bankruptcy in Ontario. The following property is exempt: Exempt Property Ontario dollar limits are as prescribed… Read more

Exemptions Act Statute: Read the Exemptions Act Exempt Property all necessary household goods, unlimited clothing, unlimited food for the next 12 months. tools of the trade and hunting tools, unlimited. vehicle, unlimited the house and buildings occupied by the debtor and the lot on which they are situated (your principal… Read more

Judicature Act Statute: Click here to read the Judicature Act Regulations: Click here to read the Regulations Exempt Property the wearing apparel and household furnishings and furniture which are reasonably necessary for the debtor and his family; all fuel and food reasonably necessary for the ordinary use of the family;… Read more

Exemptions Act Statute: Click here to read the Statute Exempt Property household foods not exceeding $5000. clothing of the debtor and the family of the debtor, unlimited food for the next 12 months. tools of the trade to a maximum of $12,000 hunting tools to a maximum of $15,000. personal… Read more

Judgment Enforcement Act Statute: Click here to read the Judgment Enforcement Act Regulations: Click here to read the Regulations Exempt Property food required by the debtor and his or her dependents during the next12 months. necessary clothing of the debtor and his or her dependents that isof a value not… Read more

Memorials and Executions Act Statute: Click here to read the statute Exempt Property the furniture, household furnishings and appliances reasonably necessary for the debtor and his family. the necessary and ordinary wearing apparel of the debtor and his family. all necessary food and fuel for the debtor and his family… Read more