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     Alberta Regulation 74/2000

     Provincial Court Act

     ACCESS ENFORCEMENT FORMS REGULATION

     Filed:  April 18, 2000

Made by the Minister of Justice and Attorney General (M.O. 30/2000) on
April 14, 2000 pursuant to section 21(3) of the Provincial Court Act.


1   The application form and the notice of hearing form required for the
purposes of the Access Enforcement Regulation are set out in the Schedule.




     SCHEDULE
          
       
 In the Family Division of the  Provincial Court of Alberta 

                     Application for Access
                   Enforcement Order


         CANADA
         Province of Alberta
               In the matter of the Domestic Relations Act
BETWEEN

Name

     , Applicant


Address, postal codes and phone no.




and




Name

     , Respondent


Address, postal code and phone no.




      Regarding the following children:
Insert full
name(s) of
child(ren)          
including last
name and
birthdate.
             I am the non-custodial parent of the above named child(ren).
             I am the custodial parent of the above named child(ren)

          I make application for an Access Enforcement Order containing
the following relief:

          and anything further that the Court considers appropriate in
the circumstances to induce compliance with the Access Order.

Attached is a copy of the most recent Access Order granted by the:

     Family Division of the Provincial Court of Alberta, dated   .

     Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta dated      
     and endorsed by the Clerk of the Court as neither being subject to
case management nor assigned to a specific Justice of the Court of Queen's
Bench.

I make this application for the following reasons:


 DATED on                     ,
               (applicant)        
at                        , Alberta     

The Court hearing will be held at     (location)    on   (date) .  A judge
will hear this application as soon as possible after (date) . If you do not
attend the Court hearing, the judge may still make an order.


          
       
In the Family Division of the  Provincial Court of Alberta  

               Notice Of Hearing


    CANADA
Province of Alberta
               In the matter of the Domestic Relations Act

BETWEEN

Name

     , Applicant


Address, postal codes and phone no.




and




Name

     , Respondent


Address, postal code and phone no.




      Regarding the following children:
Insert full
name(s) of
child(ren)
including last
name and
birthdate.

              I am the non-custodial parent of the above named
child(ren).

            I am the custodial parent of the above named child(ren)

     I make application for an Access Enforcement Order containing the
following relief:



     and anything further that the Court considers appropriate in the
circumstances to induce compliance with the Access Order.

Attached is a copy of the most recent Access Order granted by the:

     Family Division of the Provincial Court of Alberta, dated   .

     Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta dated      
     and endorsed by the Clerk of the Court as neither being subject to
case management nor assigned to a specific Justice of the Court of Queen's
Bench.

I make this application for the following reasons:


The Court hearing will be held at            (location)     on       
(date)   .  A judge will hear this application as soon as possible after    
 (time)    . If you do not attend the Court hearing, the judge may still
make an order.

DATED on                 ,
                                       
at                        , Alberta          (Clerk of the Court)     


     Affidavit of Service

     CANADA
    Province of Alberta

My name is       (name)         My address is   apt. no./street/box number) 

       (city/town/county)                (province)                 
(postal code)             


     Affidavit

I MAKE OATH AND SAY/SOLEMNLY AFFIRM AND DECLARE THAT:

1.   On          (date)              , at           a.m./p.m., I
personally served           (name)               with a true copy of the
Application for Access Enforcement Order at                (address)        
           .

2.   The copy was identical to the copy on the reverse of this sheet.
                                              
     (signature of server)      

SWORN/AFFIRMED BEFORE ME

on         (date)         ,
at                   , Alberta.
                                                         
     (Stamp of Commissioner of Oaths)   
                                                                            
         
(Justice of the Peace, Notary Public or Commissioner for Oaths)


     Alberta Regulation 75/2000

     Municipal Government Act

     MUNICIPAL LONG TERM ELECTRICITY AGREEMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  April 19, 2000

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 147/2000) on April 19,
2000 pursuant to section 603 of the Municipal Government Act.



AEUB approval of long term electricity agreement not needed
1(1)  The approval of the Alberta Energy and Utilities Board is not
required under section 30(2) of the Municipal Government Act if the
proposed agreement relates to or arises from the supply of electric power
under

     (a)  a power purchase arrangement

               (i)  sold at the public auction held pursuant to section
45.93 of the Electric Utilities Act, or

               (ii) converted to a financial instrument pursuant to
section 45.94 of the Electric Utilities Act,

     (b)  a derivative created by the balancing pool administrator 
pursuant to section 6(4) of the Power Purchase Arrangements Regulation (AR
170/99), or

     (c)  a direct sales agreement as defined in the Direct Sales
Regulation (AR 180/99).

(2)  In this section, "derivative" has the meaning given to it in section 6
of the Power Purchase Arrangements Regulation (AR 170/99).


Expiry
2   This Regulation is repealed in accordance with section 603(2) of the
Municipal Government Act.


     Alberta Regulation 76/2000

     Municipal Government Act

     REGIONAL SERVICES COMMISSION DEBT LIMIT REGULATION

     Filed:  April 26, 2000

Made by the Minister of Municipal Affairs (M.O. L:104/00) on April 18, 2000
pursuant to section 602.29 of the Municipal Government Act.


     Table of Contents

Interpretation 1
Debt Limit     2
Financial statement disclosure     3
Repeal    4
Expiry    5


Interpretation
1(1)  In this Regulation, "calculation time" means

     (a)  when preparing the annual audited financial statements of the
regional services commission, December 31 of the immediately preceding
year, and

     (b)  when making a borrowing, the date the regional services
commission's board of directors passes a bylaw or resolution to authorize
the borrowing.

(2)  The definitions in section 602.01 of the Act apply to this Regulation.


Debt limit
2(1)  The debt limit at the calculation time of a regional services
commission that is authorized to provide public utility services is

     (a)  in respect of the regional services commission's total debt, 2
times the revenue of the regional services commission, and

     (b)  in respect of the regional services commission's debt service,
0.35 times the revenue of the regional services commission in respect of
the debt service.

(2)  The debt limit at the calculation time of a regional services
commission that is authorized to provide services other than public utility
services is,

     (a)  in respect of the regional services commission's total debt,
0.5 times the revenue of the regional services commission, and

     (b)  in respect of the regional services commission's debt service,
0.1 times the revenue of the regional services commission in respect of the
debt service.

(3)  For the purposes of this section, the revenue of a regional services
commission is the total of all revenue reported in the most recent audited
financial statement of the commission, excluding transfers from the
governments of Alberta and Canada for the purposes of a capital property
reported in that statement if those transfers are included in the total
revenue, and before expenses are deducted.

(4)  For the purposes of this section, the total debt of a regional
services commission is the principal outstanding at the calculation time on
borrowings made by the commission less the amount of principal that the
commission is entitled to recover from another regional services commission
or a municipality at the calculation time.

(5)  For the purposes of this section, the debt service of the regional
services commission at the calculation time is the sum of,

     (a)  for borrowings made by the commission in which the commission
is required to pay principal during the 12 months after the calculation
time, the total amount of principal and interest that the commission will
be required to pay in respect of those borrowings during the 12 months
after the calculation time, and

     (b)  for borrowings made by the commission in which the commission
is not required to pay any principal during the 12 months after the
calculation time, the total of the pro rata amounts in respect of those
borrowings determined for the 12 months after the calculation time,

less the amount that the commission is entitled to recover from another
regional services commission or a municipality during the 12 months after
the calculation time.

(6)  In subsection (5)(b), the pro rata amount for a borrowing at the
calculation time is determined by the formula

     PRA = D x 12
                            E
     where

     "PRA" is the pro rata amount for the borrowing;

     "D" is the total amount of principal and interest that the regional
services commission will be required to pay from the calculation time to
the end of the amortization period of the borrowing;

     "E" is the number of months from the calculation time to the end of
the amortization period of the borrowing.

(7)  For the purposes of determining D in the formula in subsection (6), if
the actual rate of interest under a borrowing is not known at the
calculation time for some or all of the payments under the borrowing, the
rate of interest for those payments is determined by using the rate of
interest in effect at the calculation time.

(8)  Notwithstanding anything in this Regulation, the Minister may, on
application by a regional services commission and on the regional  services
commission providing to the Minister a business plan that is acceptable to
the Minister, prescribe a different debt limit for that regional services
commission.


Financial statement disclosure
3   Section 276(1) and (2) of the Act apply to all regional services
commissions with respect to financial statements for 1996 and subsequent
years.


Repeal
4   The Regional Services Commission Debt Limit Regulation (AR 178/96) is
repealed.


Expiry
5   For the purpose of ensuring that this Regulation is reviewed for
ongoing relevancy and necessity, with the option that it may be repassed in
its present or an amended form following a review, this Regulation expires
on June 30, 2005.