Does a vendor have a legal interest in the crop before it is delivered to the elevator?

Saskatchewan, Canada


The following excerpt is from Rex v. Handsbee, 1923 CanLII 330 (SK CA):

In Rose v. Edmonds 1919 CanLII 234 (SK QB), [1919] 3 W.W.R. 47, Bigelow, J., decided that under The Crop Payments Act, 1915, ch. 34, the vendor has a legal interest in the crop before its delivery at the elevator, and may enter on the land and seize. The learned Justice there added (p. 49): “The agreement itself also provides in par. 15 that the crop shall be the personal property of the vendor.”

Other Questions


Is there a common interest between a plaintiff and the landlord of a parcel delivery company who was injured in a freight elevator that was provided by the landlord? (Saskatchewan, Canada)
Does a subsequent purchaser of the legal estate have to pay the full consideration of the purchase, even after the purchase was completed, if the subsequent purchaser has paid the entire amount of consideration, even though the previous purchaser had a prior equitable interest in the property? (Saskatchewan, Canada)
What is the legal context for a determination of a parent's best interest in a child by a judge in a custody application? (Saskatchewan, Canada)
Is a vendor's lien waived by the fact that the vendor is suing the vendor for unpaid purchase money? (Saskatchewan, Canada)
Is a lien against a vendor waived by the fact that the vendor is suing the vendor for unpaid purchase money? (Saskatchewan, Canada)
Can a volunteer who obtained registration of title from a transferor who had no legal right to give it to the transferor be found liable to rectify the register if the volunteer who did not have the right to do so, but had no other legal right? (Saskatchewan, Canada)
Can a vendor be held responsible to the purchaser for the consequences of a latent defect known to the vendor prior to the sale of a house? (Saskatchewan, Canada)
In what circumstances will a vendor be able to obtain a judgment against a plaintiff for failure to pay the vendor? (Saskatchewan, Canada)
What is the effect of a variation in the interest rate of interest in the judgment below? (Saskatchewan, Canada)
Is a mortgagee who has made a loan on mortgage, but has not executed the mortgage deed, bound to give effect to a proviso that reduces the interest rate of interest on punctual payment? (Saskatchewan, Canada)

There are no other similar questions at this time.