Court of Queen's Bench for Saskatchewan

Court Of Queen's Bench For Saskatchewan

Court of Queen's Bench for Saskatchewan

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The Court of Queen's Bench of Saskatchewan is the superior court for the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. The Court hears civil and criminal law cases as well as appeals from the Provincial Court of Saskatchewan. It is a court of inherent jurisdiction and there is no monetary limit on the claims which it may hear. Appeals may be taken from the Queen's Bench to the Court of Appeal for Saskatchewan.

Structure and organization

The Court consists of 32 full-time judges and a number of supernumerary judges, all appointed by the federal government under s.96 of the Constitution Act, 1867 and paid by the federal government under s.100.Peter Hogg, Constitutional Law of Canada, 2nd ed. (Toronto: Carswell, 1985), pp.136-37. is styled the Chief Justice of the Queens Bench. Both the Chief Justice and puisne justices are addressed as "My Lord" or "My Lady" and referred to as "His Lordship" or "Her Ladyship". This differs from the terminology used in the Provincial Court of Saskatchewan, whose judges are "Your Honour", "His Honour" or "Her Honour."

The province is divided into twelve "judicial centres," corresponding to the boundaries of the former District Courts, which had been abolished and its judges promoted to justices of the Queen's Bench. The court has a Family Law Division, which presides...
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