Can a plaintiff obtain a personal judgment from the Superior Court of Justice?

Saskatchewan, Canada


The following excerpt is from Standard Trust v. Little, 1915 CanLII 193 (SK CA):

By taking out the order of June 12, the plaintiffs took both foreclosure and personal judgment; it had no right to both these remedies. Hargreaves v. Security Inv. Co., supra.

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