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C.C.S.M. c. F15
The Family Farm Protection Act
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(Assented to September 10, 1986)
HER MAJESTY, by and with the advice and consent of the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba, enacts as follows:
DEFINITIONS AND OBJECTS
In this Act,
"action or proceeding" means any act, proceeding or step, and includes any action or proceeding taken in the court or any other court; (« action ou instance »)
"board" means the Manitoba Farm Industry Board established by section 3; (« Commission »)
"commercial crop" means agricultural produce grown on a commercial basis, and includes wheat, oats, barley, rye, corn and other cereal crops and feed crops, flax, canola, sunflower, mustard, millet, grass and other oil seed and seed crops, alfalfa and other forage crops, root crops, vegetables, pulses and fruit; (« culture commerciale »)
"common-law partner" of a person means a person who, not being married to the other person, is cohabiting with him or her in a conjugal relationship of some permanence; (« conjoint de fait »)
"court" means Her Majesty's Court of Queen's Bench for Manitoba; (« tribunal »)
"family" includes a common-law partner; (« famille »)
"farm machinery and equipment" means
(a) any machinery, equipment or any other inanimate chattel that is or is intended to be used in a farming operation, including any replacement parts or materials, and tools, necessary to repair same; and
(b) any motor vehicle registered as a farm truck under The Drivers and Vehicles Act;
that is owned by a farmer or that is being purchased by a farmer under a security agreement, as defined in The Personal Property Security Act; (« machines et matériel agricoles »)
"farmer" means a person engaged in farming in Manitoba, and includes all individuals holding an interest in farmland in joint tenancy with an individual engaged in farming in Manitoba; (« exploitant agricole »)
"farming" means commercial crop production, milk production, livestock raising, poultry raising, bee keeping, or any combination of the foregoing; (« production agricole »)
"farmland" means land in Manitoba that is used, or that has been primarily used during the immediately preceding two years, by a farmer for farming, and that is owned by the farmer or that is being purchased by the farmer under an agreement for sale, and includes all erections, buildings and improvements thereon, any commercial crops which are growing thereon, and any mines and minerals; (« terres agricoles »)
"judge" means a judge of the court; (« juge »)
"livestock" includes game production animals as defined in The Livestock Industry Diversification Act; (« bétail »)
"mediation panel" means any mediation panel established pursuant to subsection 6(1); (« sous-commission de médiation »)
"minister" means the minister appointed by the Lieutenant Governor in Council to administer this Act; (« ministre »)
"peer advisory panel" means any peer advisory panel constituted pursuant to subsection 29(1); (« sous-comité consultatif des exploitants agricoles »)
"person" includes a partnership, limited partnership, syndicate, trustee, joint venture and any association of persons whatsoever; (« personne »)
"security agreement" means an agreement that secures the payment or performance of an obligation. (« sûreté »)
For the purposes of this Act, while they are cohabiting, persons who have registered their common-law relationship under section 13.1 of The Vital Statistics Act are deemed to be cohabiting in a conjugal relationship of some permanence.
S.M. 1989-90, c. 90, s. 17; S.M. 1993, c. 14, s. 79; S.M. 1996, c. 37, s. 36; S.M. 2000, c. 35, s. 40; S.M. 2002, c. 24, s. 26; S.M. 2002, c. 48, s. 28; S.M. 2005, c. 37, Sch. A, s. 152; S.M. 2013, c. 48, s. 5; S.M. 2018, c. 10, Sch. B, s. 127.
The objects of this Act are
(a) to afford protection to farmers against unwarranted loss of their farming operations during periods of difficult economic circumstances;
(b) to preserve the agricultural land base of Manitoba and to ensure that farmland is farmed and managed during periods of difficult economic circumstances;
(c) to preserve management skills of farmers during periods of difficult economic circumstances;
(d) to preserve the human resources of the agricultural community of Manitoba; and
(e) to preserve the existing lifestyle of farm communities in Manitoba and the tradition of locally owned and managed family farms.
MANITOBA FARM INDUSTRY BOARD
The Manitoba Farm Industry Board is hereby established.
The board is to consist of at least 6 but not more than 11 members appointed by the Lieutenant Governor in Council.
Members of the board are to be appointed for the term fixed in the order appointing them.
A member whose term expires continues to hold office until he or she is re-appointed, a successor is appointed or the appointment is revoked.
The Lieutenant Governor in Council must designate one of the members of the board as chair and another member as vice-chair.
[Repealed] S.M. 2013, c. 48, s. 5.
The vice-chair has the authority of the chair if the chair is absent or unable to act, if the office of the chair is vacant or when authorized by the chair.
[Repealed] S.M. 2006, c. 13, s. 2.
Any report or other document purporting to be signed by the chair or the vice-chair shall be admitted as prima facie proof of the contents thereof without any proof of the signature of the chair or the vice-chair or of the authority of the chair or the vice-chair to sign it.
The board may
(a) engage the services of such technical or professional advisors, specialists or consultants that it considers necessary to assist the board in performing its duties and exercising its powers; and
(b) with the consent of the minister in charge of a department of the Government of Manitoba, utilize the services of any officer or other employee of that department.
No member of the board shall hear or participate in the making of a decision by the board in any matter in which the member
(a) is related by blood or marriage, or is connected by common-law relationship, to any of the parties to the matter before the board; or
(b) has a pecuniary interest; or
(c) has, within a period of 6 months immediately preceding the date on which the matter was submitted to the board, acted as solicitor, counsel or agent for any of the parties to the matter before the board.
For the purpose of clause 3(13)(a), persons are connected by common-law relationship if they are common-law partners of each other or if one is the common-law partner of a person who is connected by blood relationship to the other.
3(15) and (16) [Repealed] S.M. 2005, c. 42, s. 11.
The chair may
(a) establish panels of the board, each comprising one or more board members,
(i) to determine matters before the board or to perform or exercise other duties, functions or powers of the board, or
(ii) in the case of a mediation panel within the meaning of section 6, to determine the matters in relation to which the mediation panel is established;
(b) terminate an appointment to a panel;
(c) fill a vacancy on a panel;
(d) refer a matter that is before the board to a panel or a matter that is before a panel to another panel; and
(e) assign a duty or function of the board to a panel or from one panel to another.
If the chair establishes a panel comprising more than one member, the chair must designate one of those members as chair of the panel.
A decision of the majority of the members of a panel is a decision of the panel.
A panel has all the powers of the board necessary to determine the matter or perform or exercise the duties, functions or powers in respect of which the panel was established.
A decision of a panel about any matter being decided by it is a decision of the board about the matter.
Except as otherwise provided in this Act or in the regulations, the board may determine its own procedures in performing its duties and functions and exercising its powers.
To avoid doubt, when performing a duty or function or exercising a power assigned or granted to it under any other Act, or by the Lieutenant Governor in Council or the minister as described in subsection 5(1), the board has the same powers as it has in its role under this Act.
The board shall perform the duties and functions, and may exercise the powers imposed upon or granted to it under this Act, or any other Act of the Legislature, and it shall discharge, perform and carry out such other duties and functions as may from time to time be assigned to it by the Lieutenant Governor in Council or by the minister.
The board shall prepare a report in respect of each application for leave or each application for an exemption order which is served upon the board pursuant to this Act and, in preparing each report, the board shall make such inquiries and conduct such investigations and hearings as it deems appropriate or necessary in order to address the issues giving rise to the application and, for those purposes, the board shall attempt to confer with the farmer named in the application and with the creditors of the farmer who either filed such application with the court or are or could be affected by such filing.
Any board report filed with the court pursuant to this Act shall be admissible in evidence as prima facie proof of its contents, without calling as a witness in any proceedings in the court the author of the board report.
Notice of any hearing conducted by the board to address the issues giving rise to an application for leave or an application for exemption order shall be served upon the farmer named in the application and upon the person who filed the application with the court by the board not less than 7 days before the date of the hearing.
The decision whether or not to hold a hearing under this Act is in the sole discretion of the board.
[Repealed] S.M. 2013, c. 48, s. 5.
The chair may
(a) establish mediation panels of the board consisting of at least one member to determine any matters before the board;
(b) terminate an appointment to a mediation panel;
(c) fill any vacancy on a mediation panel;
(d) refer any matter which is before the board to a mediation panel or any matter which is before a mediation panel to another mediation panel.
A mediation panel has the power and authority of the board, and any report prepared by a mediation panel is deemed to be a board report for the purposes of this Act.
FARMLAND ACTIONS OR PROCEEDINGS
In this Part,
"affected farmer" means the farmer who is the registered owner of the farmland which is described in an application or, where the applicant is the registered owner, the farmer who is purchasing that farmland under an agreement for sale; (« exploitant touché »)
"applicant" means any person who makes an application; (« requérant »)
"application" means an application made to the court under this Part for leave to commence or continue any action or proceeding. (« demande »)
ACTIONS OR PROCEEDINGS REQUIRING LEAVE OF THE COURT
No person shall commence or continue any action or proceeding to realize upon or otherwise enforce
(a) a mortgage, an encumbrance, a security agreement or an agreement for sale of farmland, or any provision contained therein; or
(b) a judgment or an attachment obtained on the basis of a mortgage, an encumbrance, a security agreement or an agreement for sale of farmland, or any provision contained therein;
whereby a farmer could be deprived of the ownership or the possession of farmland of which the farmer is the registered owner or of which the farmer is the purchaser under an agreement for sale, without first obtaining leave of the court under this Part.
Without limiting the generality of subsection (1)
(a) no person shall commence or continue any action or proceeding on the basis of a mortgage, an encumbrance or a security agreement, or any provision contained therein
(i) for sale or other disposition of farmland; or
(ii) for foreclosure of an estate, interest or claim in or to farmland; or
(iii) for the appointment of a receiver or a receiver and manager of farmland; or
(iv) for possession of farmland; or
(v) for any other relief as may be available to such person and permitted by law in respect of farmland;
without first obtaining leave of the court under this Part;
(b) no person shall apply to a district registrar pursuant to
(i) section 135 of The Real Property Act for an order authorizing the sale of farmland; or
(ii) section 138 of The Real Property Act for an order authorizing the foreclosure of an estate, interest or claim in or to farmland whereby a farmer could be deprived of the ownership or the possession of farmland of which the farmer is the registered owner or of which the farmer is the purchaser under an agreement for sale;
without first obtaining leave of the court under this Part;
(c) no district registrar shall issue
(i) an order authorizing the sale of farmland pursuant to section 135 of The Real Property Act; or
(ii) an order authorizing the foreclosure of an estate, interest or claim in or to farmland pursuant to section 139 of The Real Property Act;
until leave of the court has been obtained under this Part;
(d) no person shall appoint any person as a receiver or a receiver and manager of farmland without first obtaining leave of the court under this Part;
(e) no person shall accept an appointment as a receiver or a receiver and manager of farmland until leave of the court has been obtained under this Part;
(f) no receiver or receiver and manager shall take possession of, enter upon or occupy farmland for the purposes of carrying on a farming operation on the farmland or otherwise interfere with a farming operation being carried on by a farmer until leave of the court has been obtained under this Part;
(g) no person shall commence or continue any action or proceeding for cancellation of an agreement for sale of farmland, or for possession of the farmland which is the subject of an agreement for sale of farmland, or for any other relief as may be available to such person and permitted by law in respect of farmland on the basis of an agreement for sale, without first obtaining leave of the court under this Part; and
(h) no person shall commence or continue any action or proceeding for sale or other disposition of farmland on the basis of a judgment or an attachment obtained on the basis of a mortgage, an encumbrance, a security agreement or an agreement for sale, or any provision contained therein, without first obtaining leave of the court under this Part.
This Part applies to all actions or proceedings commenced prior to the coming into force of this Act.
Any action or proceeding which is commenced or continued after the coming into force of this Act without first obtaining leave of the court as required by this Part is a nullity.
LEAVE OF THE COURT
Any application under this Part shall be made to a judge in the form prescribed by the regulations, shall set forth the name of the affected farmer, the relief sought and the legal description of the farmland in respect of which such relief is sought, and, unless otherwise ordered by the court, shall be filed in the judicial centre where the affected farmer resides or carries on a farming operation.
The applicant shall, within 30 days following the filing of an application with the court, serve a copy of the application upon the affected farmer and the board.
The board shall, within 90 days following the service of an application upon the board, file with the court a copy of the board's report in respect of the application and concurrently serve a copy of its report upon the applicant and upon the affected farmer.
In preparing its report in respect of an application, the board may consider any factor, condition or circumstance that the board deems relevant to the application, including, without limitation
(a) whether any agreement might be reached between the applicant and the affected farmer with respect to the issues giving rise to the application without the necessity of further proceedings;
(b) whether the affected farmer is likely to receive financial assistance or concessions from any creditor or from any other source in an effort to satisfy the issues giving rise to the application;
(c) the effect of factors beyond the control of the affected farmer which may account for the issues giving rise to the application, including any general or local adverse agricultural, economic and climatic conditions such as an inability to market agricultural products, depressed prices for agricultural products, high costs of production, hail, flood, drought, frost or agricultural pests;
(d) the financial capacity of the affected farmer and the affected farmer's farming operation to meet existing and anticipated cash flow requirements;
(e) the value and condition of the farmland which is described in the application, including its state of cultivation;
(f) the impact of the loss of the farmland which is described in the application on the ongoing viability of the affected farmer's farming operation;
(g) the impact of the loss of the farmland which is described in the application on the affected farmer, the affected farmer's family and the community of which the affected farmer is a part;
(h) the farming and financial management skills of the affected farmer;
(i) whether the affected farmer is making a sincere and reasonable effort to meet the obligations incurred by the affected farmer in respect of the affected farmer's farming operation.
Upon receipt of the board report, the applicant may apply to the court for an appointment to hear the application, and notice of the hearing of the application shall be served upon the affected farmer by the applicant not less than 15 days before the date of the hearing unless
(a) the affected farmer cannot be found, or is evading service; or
(b) the court for any other reason sees fit to dispense with the notice;
in which event the hearing may proceed without notice.
The judge hearing the application
(a) shall consider the board report and any oral submissions in respect of the report made at the hearing;
(b) may make such inquiries with respect to the application as the judge considers necessary; and
(c) may require any party to the application or the board to provide further particulars with respect to any matter that the judge considers relevant.
Any hearing under this section shall be heard and determined in a summary manner.
At the discretion of the judge hearing the application, the court may by order
(a) adjourn the hearing from time to time for such period or periods as the judge considers appropriate, if the judge is not satisfied that it is just and equitable to grant the relief sought at that time; or
(b) grant the relief sought, if the judge is satisfied that it is just and equitable to do so; or
(c) grant such other procedural relief as the judge considers appropriate.
At the discretion of the judge hearing the application, the court may order any party to the application to pay the whole or any portion of the costs of such application.
An appeal lies to the Court of Appeal on a question of law from an order of the court made pursuant to this section.
Not yet proclaimed.
(sections 14 to 25)
Not proclaimed and ceased to have any force on October 1, 1989.
At any time, a farmer, a farmer's creditor or a farmer and creditor together may, by notice in writing to the chair, request the board
(a) to assist in reviewing the financial arrangements between the farmer and any or all of the farmer's creditors with a view to bringing about an arrangement for payment or other settlement of the farmer's debts to the creditors without resort to legal proceedings; or
(b) to provide such other assistance to the farmer as may be requested in the notice.
After the board receives a request for assistance under section 28, the chair may establish a peer advisory panel in accordance with subsection 3(17).
Each peer advisory panel shall make such inquiries and conduct such investigations as it deems appropriate or necessary in order to endeavour to provide the assistance requested, and may also offer management advice to a farmer, advise a farmer of the availability of any government assistance programs and render any other service, advice and assistance to a farmer as may be appropriate or necessary in the circumstances.
Each peer advisory panel shall report to the board in respect of its activities.
Any agreement between a farmer and any other person which alters, modifies or rescinds in whole or in part the terms of any agreement theretofore subsisting between such parties, or by the terms of which the rights of any of such parties may be affected, may be submitted by the parties in writing to the board for registration.
Upon receipt of any agreement under subsection (1), the board shall register such agreement in a registry maintained for such purpose, and shall return a copy of such agreement with registration particulars endorsed thereon to each such party.
Unless the parties to any agreement registered with the board otherwise agree, the agreement shall not be made available by the board to the public for inspection.
Any agreement which is registered with the board under subsection (1) shall be valid and enforceable at law upon such registration, notwithstanding the agreement may be without consideration.
Every agreement or bargain, verbal or written, expressed or implied, whether entered into before or after the coming into force of this Act, that this Act or any part or provision of this Act or any provision of any Act similar to this Act shall not apply, or that any benefit or remedy provided by this Act or any similar Act is not available, or which in any way limits, modifies or abrogates or in effect limits, modifies or abrogates the benefit or remedy, is void.
No action or proceeding may be brought against the board, a member of the board, an employee appointed as permitted by subsection 3(9) or any other person acting under the authority of this Act for anything done or omitted to be done, in good faith, in the exercise or performance, or intended exercise or performance, of a power, function or duty under this Act or a regulation under this Act.
Information obtained by the board or the peer advisory committee — or by a member of the board or the peer advisory committee, an employee appointed in accordance with subsection 3(9) or any other person — in the course of acting under this Act is confidential and must not be communicated to another person except for the purposes of this Act or as otherwise required by law.
A document required or permitted to be served upon a person under any provision of this Act may be served
(a) by delivering it to the person required to be served; or
(b) by mailing it by prepaid registered mail enclosed in a package addressed to the person required to be served at the person's last known or usual place of abode and accompanied by an official "acknowledgment of receipt" form.
Where a person is unable to effect service of a document upon a person under subsection (1), substitutional service thereof may be made in such a manner as a judge may direct.
Where service of a document is made by registered mail, the document shall, unless the contrary is proved, be presumed to have been served and received on the date of receipt thereof as shown on the "acknowledgement of receipt" form signed by the person acknowledging receipt thereof.
Service of a document on a corporation may be validly made by serving an officer or director of the corporation in the manner described in this section, at the place where the corporation carries on its business.
Service of a document on a partnership may be validly made upon the partnership if the document indicates that it relates to the partnership by using the name under which the partnership carries on business, and it is served on any member of the partnership in the manner described in this section; and thereupon it shall be deemed to have been served upon all the members of the partnership.
Proof of service of any process under this Act may be given
(a) by oral evidence given under oath; or
(b) by means of an affidavit by a person having personal knowledge of the facts deposed to.
Where an application for leave is made to the court under Part III or Part IV, the period between the date of the making of such application and the date on which such application is ultimately disposed of by the court, the Court of Appeal or the Supreme Court of Canada, as the case may be, shall not be included in calculating the time, pursuant to The Limitation of Actions Act or pursuant to any other applicable statute or law or rule of the court or any other court, for commencing any action or proceeding for which relief is sought in such application.
Where a moratorium is declared pursuant to Part V, the period of time commencing on the date of declaration of the moratorium and ending on the date of the declaration of the end of the moratorium shall not be included in calculating the time, pursuant to The Limitation of Actions Act or pursuant to any other applicable statute or law or rule of the court or any other court, for commencing any action or proceeding which cannot be commenced while the moratorium is in effect.
For the purpose of carrying out the provisions of this Act according to their intent, the Lieutenant Governor in Council may make such regulations as are ancillary thereto and are not inconsistent therewith; and every such regulation made under, and in accordance with the authority granted by, this section has the force of law; and, without restricting the generality of the foregoing, the Lieutenant Governor in Council may make regulations
(i) any farmland or any action or proceeding or class of actions or proceedings in respect of farmland;
(ii) any farm machinery and equipment or any type of farm machinery and equipment or any action or proceeding or any class of actions or proceedings in respect of farm machinery and equipment;
(iii) any livestock or any type of livestock or any action or proceeding or class of actions or proceedings in respect of livestock;
(iv) any farmer or any class of farmers;
(v) any creditor of a farmer or farmers or any class of creditors of a farmer or farmers;
(vi) any mortgage, encumbrance, security agreement, agreement for sale, judgment or attachment, or any other agreement affecting farmland or any class of mortgages, encumbrances, security agreements, agreements for sale, judgments or attachments, or any other agreements affecting farmland;
(vii) any security agreement, writ of execution, or any other agreement affecting farm machinery and equipment or any class of security agreements, writs of execution, or any other agreements affecting farm machinery and equipment; or
(viii) any security agreement, writ of execution, or any other agreement affecting livestock or any class of security agreements, writs of execution, or any other agreement affecting livestock;
from the application of this Act or any provision of this Act on such terms and conditions that the Lieutenant Governor in Council considers appropriate;
(b) prescribing the information that is to be contained in any document that is required to be given, filed or served under this Act, as well as the form of any such document;
(c) prescribing rules of procedure to be followed by the board in performing its duties and functions and exercising its powers.
Every person who contravenes any provision of this Act or the regulations is guilty of an offence and is liable, on summary conviction, to a fine not exceeding $50,000. and to such costs as may be awarded by the court, or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding 2 years, or to both such a fine and costs, and imprisonment.
Where a corporation is guilty of an offence under this Act, any officer, director or agent of the corporation who directed, authorized or participated in the commission of the offence is also guilty of the offence and is liable, on summary conviction, to the penalties set out under subsection (1).
Notwithstanding the provisions of any other Act of the Legislature, a prosecution for an offence under this Act may be commenced at any time within 2 years after the date of the alleged offence and a prosecution for an offence under this Act which relates to or arises out of any misrepresentation or fraud on the part of the accused may be commenced at any time within 2 years after the date on which the misrepresentation or the fraud became known to the minister or the board.
The purpose and intent of the Legislature is to confine the provisions of this Act within the competence of the Legislature; and all provisions thereof shall be construed so as to give effect to that purpose and intent.
Where any provision of this Act is held beyond the powers of the Legislature, that provision shall be construed distributively and, so far as it deals with matters within the competence of the Legislature, stands and is valid and operative, and has the same effect as if the provision had dealt with those matters exclusively; and the remaining provisions of this Act shall not be deemed or held to be inoperative or ultra vires, but stand and are valid and operative, and have the same effect as if they had been originally enacted as separate and independent enactments and as the only provisions of this Act.
All provisions of this Act that are within the powers of the Legislature remain in full force and effect notwithstanding that some provisions are held to be ultra vires, the intention of the Legislature being to give separate and independent effect to the extent of its powers to every provision of this Act.
The Crown is bound by this Act.
DISSOLUTION OF FORMER BOARD AND TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS
The following definitions apply in this Part.
"current board" means the Manitoba Farm Industry Board established by subsection 3(1). (« commission actuelle »)
"former Act" means this Act as it read immediately before the coming into force of this section. (« loi antérieure »)
"former board" means The Manitoba Farm Mediation Board established by subsection 3(1) of the former Act. (« ancienne commission »)
On the coming into force of this section,
(a) the former board is dissolved;
(b) the appointments of the members of the former board are terminated, and all rights and obligations of the members in relation to or under those appointments are extinguished;
(c) the rights and property of the former board are vested in the government; and
(d) the liabilities and obligations of the former board are assumed by the government.
Despite subsection (1),
(a) the former Act continues in force; and
(b) the former board, consisting of the members of the board in office on the day before this section came into force, is continued;
to the extent necessary to permit the former board to complete any matter in relation to which it has heard or considered evidence or submissions before the coming into force of this section.
Except in the circumstances described in subsection (2), all matters before the former board when this section comes into force must be dealt with in accordance with this Act by the current board.
A legal proceeding or action commenced by or against the former board may be continued by or against the current board as if it were the former board and the former Act were still in force.
If a person commences a legal proceeding for judicial review of a decision or action of the former board, the proceeding must be taken against the current board.
On the coming into force of this section,
(a) the peer advisory committee established by subsection 26(1) of the former Act and any peer advisory panels established under subsection 29(1) of the former Act are disestablished; and
(b) the appointments of the members of the peer advisory committee and those panels are terminated, and all rights and obligations of the members in relation to or under those appointments are extinguished.
Despite subsection (1), if a peer advisory panel established under Part VI of the former Act has, before the coming into force of this section, heard or considered evidence or submissions about the matter in respect of which it was established,
(a) Part VI of the former Act continues in force; and
(b) the peer advisory panel is continued;
to the extent necessary to permit the panel to complete the matter.
Except in the circumstances described in subsection (2), all matters before the peer advisory committee or a peer advisory panel under the former Act when this section comes into force must be dealt with in accordance with this Act by the current board.
All orders made by the former board before the coming into force of this section, but not yet expired or spent, are continued in force and may be enforced or otherwise dealt with by the current board as though they had been made by it.
The Lieutenant Governor in Council may make regulations respecting any transitional or other problem resulting from the dissolution of the former board.
C.C.S.M. REFERENCE AND COMING INTO FORCE
This Act may be referred to as chapter F15 of the Continuing Consolidation of the Statutes of Manitoba.
This Act comes into force on a day fixed by proclamation.
Part V ceases to have any force on, from and after October 1, 1989.
NOTE: Parts I, II, VI, VII and VIII of S.M. 1986-87, c. 6, came into force by proclamation on December 15, 1986. Part III came into force by proclamation on February 9, 1987. Parts IV and V have not yet been proclaimed, but Part V ceased to have any force on October 1, 1989.
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