March 4, 1935 (17th Parliament, 6th Session)


Alfred Speakman

United Farmers of Alberta


Yes, but I was referring to the other point, that apart from anything in this act providing for a stay of proceedings in some provinces the debtors
Farmers' Creditors Act

are now under the protection of provincial legislation under which proceedings can take place only by permission of certain courts or tribunals. As I understand it the protection of that provincial legislation is not voided by the debtor until the proposal has been agreed to, confirmed and filed in the courts as a completed proposal. Is that a fact?

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