Is it necessary for an order to be made in a different jurisdiction?

Saskatchewan, Canada


The following excerpt is from Sherstofbetoff (Re), 1945 CanLII 128 (SK FCA):

Thus in Taylor v. Clemson, supra, following the passage which is above quoted, the following statement appears: “But it is another thing to contend that it [the order] must set forth all the facts or all the particulars out of which its jurisdiction arises.”

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