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     Alberta Regulation 3/2002

     Safety Codes Act

     PASSENGER ROPEWAYS STANDARDS REGULATION

     Filed:  January 23, 2002

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 1/2002) on January 23,
2002 pursuant to section 65 of the Safety Codes Act.


Declaration of Standard in force
1   The CSA Standard Z98-01, Passenger Ropeways, is declared in force in
respect of passenger ropeways.


Disclaimer
2   The Standard referred to in section 1, and any codes or standards
referenced in that Standard, do not make or imply any assurance or
guarantee by the Crown in right of Alberta with respect to the life
expectancy, durability or operating performance of equipment or materials
referenced in the codes or standards.


Repeal
3   The Passenger Ropeways Standards Regulation (AR 218/97) is repealed.


Coming into force
4   This Regulation comes into force on March 1, 2002.


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     Alberta Regulation 4/2002

     Government Organization Act

     ABORIGINAL AFFAIRS AND NORTHERN
     DEVELOPMENT GRANT REGULATION

     Filed:  January 23, 2002

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 2/2002) on January 23,
2002 pursuant to section 13 of the Government Organization Act.


     Table of Contents

Definition     1
Grants authorization     2
Application    3
Delegation     4
Agreement 5
Payment   6
Written reports and examination of records   7
Conditional grants  8
Transitional   9
Repeal    10
Expiry    11


Definition
1   In this Regulation, "Minister" means the Minister of Aboriginal Affairs
and Northern Development.


Grants authorization
2(1)  Subject to subsection (2), the Minister is authorized to make grants
to a person or organization for any purpose related to any program, service
or other matter under the administration of the Minister.

(2)  The Minister may not make a grant to an individual.


Application
3   An application for a grant must be made in the manner and form
satisfactory to the Minister.


Delegation
4   The Minister is authorized to delegate in writing any function, duty or
power under this Regulation to any employee of the Government.


Agreement
5   The Minister is authorized to enter into agreements with respect to any
matter relating to the payment of a grant.


Payment
6   The Minister may provide for the payment of any grant in a lump sum or
by way of instalments and may determine the time or times at which the
grant is to be paid.


Written reports and examination of records
7(1)  The Minister may at any time require the recipient of a grant to
provide a written report, in a form satisfactory to the Minister, on the
work and activity in respect of which the grant was made, including any
information required by the Minister relating to the expenditure of the
grant.

(2)  The recipient of a grant must permit a representative of the Minister,
the Auditor General or both to examine the books or records pertaining to
the grant that the Minister or Auditor General considers necessary to
determine whether the grant has been properly expended.


Conditional grants
8(1)  The recipient of a grant may use the money only

     (a)  in accordance with the conditions on which the grant is made,
or

     (b)  if the original conditions on which the grant is made are
varied with the consent of the Minister, in accordance with the conditions
as varied.

(2)   If the recipient of a grant does not use all of the money, the
Minister may require the recipient to refund the surplus money to
Government.

(3)  The Minister may require the recipient of a grant to repay all or part
of the money to the Government if the recipient does not comply with any of
the conditions of the grant or does not use the money as required under
this Regulation.


Transitional
9   A grant made under a predecessor of this Regulation is deemed to have
been made under this Regulation.


Repeal
10   The Northern Development Grants Regulation (AR 354/86) is repealed.


Expiry
11   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 October 31, 2006.


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     Alberta Regulation 5/2002

     Government Organization Act

     INTERNATIONAL AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL
     RELATIONS GRANT REGULATION

     Filed:  January 23, 2002

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 10/2002) on January 23,
2002 pursuant to section 13 of the Government Organization Act.


     Table of Contents

Definition     1
Grants authorization     2
Application    3
Delegation     4
Agreement 5
Payment   6
Written reports and examination of records   7
Conditional grants  8
Transitional   9
Repeal    10
Expiry    11


Definition
1   In this Regulation, "Minister" means the Minister of International and
Intergovernmental Relations.


Grants authorization
2(1)  Subject to subsection (2), the Minister is authorized to make grants
to a person or organization for any purpose related to any program, service
or other matter under the administration of the Minister.

(2)  The Minister may not make a grant to an individual.


Application
3   An application for a grant must be made in the manner and form
satisfactory to the Minister.


Delegation
4   The Minister is authorized to delegate in writing any function, duty or
power under this Regulation to any employee of the Government.


Agreement
5   The Minister is authorized to enter into agreements with respect to any
matter relating to the payment of a grant.


Payment
6   The Minister may provide for the payment of any grant in a lump sum or
by way of instalments and may determine the time or times at which the
grant is to be paid.


Written reports and examination of records
7(1)  The Minister may at any time require the recipient of a grant to
provide a written report, in a form satisfactory to the Minister, on the
work and activity in respect of which the grant was made, including any
information required by the Minister relating to the expenditure of the
grant.

(2)  The recipient of a grant must permit a representative of the Minister,
the Auditor General or both to examine the books or records pertaining to
the grant that the Minister or Auditor General considers necessary to
determine whether the grant has been properly expended.


Conditional grants
8(1)  The recipient of a grant may use the money only

     (a)  in accordance with the conditions on which the grant is made,
or

     (b)  if the original conditions on which the grant is made are
varied with the consent of the Minister, in accordance with the conditions
as varied.

(2)   If the recipient of a grant does not use all of the money, the
Minister may require the recipient to refund the surplus money to
Government.

(3)  The Minister may require the recipient of a grant to repay all or part
of the money to the Government if the recipient does not comply with any of
the conditions of the grant or does not use the money as required under
this Regulation.


Transitional
9   A grant made under a predecessor of this Regulation is deemed to have
been made under this Regulation.


Repeal
10   The Federal and Intergovernmental Affairs Grants Regulation (AR
250/86) is repealed.


Expiry
11   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 October 31, 2006.


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     Alberta Regulation 6/2002

     Health Insurance Premiums Act

     HEALTH INSURANCE PREMIUMS AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  January 23, 2002

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 13/2002) on January 23,
2002 pursuant to section 2 of the Health Insurance Premiums Act.


1   The Health Insurance Premiums Regulation (AR 217/81) is amended by this
Regulation.


2   Section 3(2) is amended

     (a)  in clause (a)

               (i)  in subclause (i) by striking out "$6921" and
substituting "$7421" and by striking out "$7560" and substituting "$7940";

               (ii) in subclause (ii) by striking out "$11 341" and
substituting "$11 881" and by striking out "$12 620" and substituting "$13
050";

     (b)  in clause (b) by striking out "$11 341" and substituting "$11
881" and by striking out "$12 620" and substituting "$13 050";

     (c)  in clause (c)

               (i)  in subclause (i) by striking out "$6281" and
substituting "$6701" and by striking out "$6920" and substituting "$7420";

               (ii) in subclause (ii) by striking out "$10 061" and
substituting "$10 601" and by striking out "$11 340" and substituting "$11
880";

     (d)  in clause (d) by striking out "$10 061" and substituting "$10
601" and by striking out "$11 340" and substituting "$11 880";

     (e)  in clause (e)

               (i)  in subclause (i) by striking out "$5641" and
substituting "$6000" and by striking out "$6280" and substituting "$6700";

               (ii) in subclause (ii) by striking out "$8781" and
substituting "$9191" and by striking out "$10 060" and substituting "$10
600";

     (f)  in clause (f) by striking out "$8781" and substituting "$9191"
and by striking out "$10 060" and substituting "$10 600";

     (g)  in clause (g)

               (i)  in subclause (i) by striking out "$5001" and
substituting "$5391" and by striking out "$5640" and substituting "$5999";

               (ii) in subclause (ii) by striking out "$7501" and
substituting "$8096" and by striking out "$8780" and substituting "$9190";

     (h)  in clause (h) by striking out "$7501" and substituting "$8096"
and by striking out "$8780" and substituting "$9190";

     (i)  in clause (i)

               (i)  in subclause (i) by striking out "$5000" and
substituting "$5390";

               (ii) in subclause (ii) by striking out "$7500" and
substituting "$8095";

     (j)  in clause (j) by striking out "$7500" and substituting "$8095".


3   Section 6(2) is amended

     (a)  in clause (a)

               (i)  in subclause (i) by striking out "$7560" and
substituting "$7940";

               (ii) in subclause (ii) by striking out "$12 620" and
substituting "$13 050";

     (b)  in clause (b) by striking out "$12 620" and substituting "13
050".


4   This Regulation comes into force on July 1, 2002.


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     Alberta Regulation 7/2002

     Public Sector Pension Plans Act

     MANAGEMENT EMPLOYEES PENSION PLAN
     AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  January 23, 2002

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 16/2002) on January 23,
2002 pursuant to Schedule 5 sections 4 and 12 of the Public Sector Pension
Plans Act.


1   The Management Employees Pension Plan (AR 367/93) is amended by this
Regulation.


2   The following provisions are amended by striking out "spouse"  and
"spousal" wherever they occur in those provisions and substituting "pension
partner":

     section        2(1)(oo)                      section        59
     section        20(2)                              section        60
     section        36(5)                              section        61
     section        37                                      section        64
     section        45                                      section        65
     section        47(2)                              section        83(1)(a)
     section        48(1)                              section        86(3)
     section        56.1                               section        88(2)
     section        57(2)                              Form 1 of
Schedule 1
     section        58(1)


3   Section 2(1)(oo)(ii) is amended by striking out "of the opposite sex".


4   Form 1 of Schedule 1 is amended in item 2 by striking out "I am of the
opposite sex to that of the pensioner and that".


5   Form 2 of Schedule 1 is amended in item 1(a) by striking out "of the
opposite sex".


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     Alberta Regulation 8/2002

     Public Sector Pension Plans Act

     PUBLIC SECTOR PENSION PLANS (LEGISLATIVE PROVISIONS)
     AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  January 23, 2002

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 17/2002) on January 23,
2002 pursuant to Schedule 5 section 12 of the Public Sector Pension Plans
Act.


1   The Public Sector Pension Plans (Legislative Provisions) Regulation (AR
365/93) is amended by this Regulation.


2   Section 12(2) is amended by adding "or pension partner, as the case may
be," after "spouse".


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     Alberta Regulation 9/2002

     Seniors Benefit Act

     GENERAL AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  January 23, 2002

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 22/2002) on January 23,
2002 pursuant to section 6 of the Seniors Benefit Act.


1   The General Regulation (AR 213/94) is amended by this Regulation.


2   The Schedule is amended by repealing the Table and substituting the
following Table:

     TABLE

     CALCULATION OF THE CASH BENEFIT

     Part 1

Accommodation and Marital Category


Percentage
Maximum Annual Cash Benefit


Homeowner
    Single senior
    Senior couple

16.61%
20.26%

$2220
$3600


Regular Renter
    Single senior
    Senior couple

21.10%
23.64%

$2820
$4200


Long-term Care Centre
    Single senior
    Senior couple


21.10%
23.64%


$2820
$4200


Mobile Home
  Owner/Renter
    Single senior
    Senior couple


19.75%
22.62%


$2640
$4020


All Other
Accommodation
    Single senior
    Senior couple


13.47%
20.26%


$1800
$3600



     Part 2


Accommodation Assistance Only (Seniors not eligible for OAS)
     Percentage of Benefit
     (as calculated above)



Single senior
Senior couple


Homeowner
Regular renter
Mobile home
owner/renter
37.84%
51.06%

47.73%
23.33%
34.29%

31.34%


     (NOTE:  The benefit calculations in this table apply with respect to
January 2002 and following months.)


     Alberta Regulation 10/2002

     Government Organization Act

     CORPORATE REGISTRY DOCUMENT HANDLING
     PROCEDURES REGULATION

     Filed:  January 24, 2002

Made by the Minister of Government Services (M.O. GS:001/02) on January 21,
2002 pursuant to Schedule 12 section 12 of the Government Organization Act.


     Table of Contents

Interpretation 1
Designation of registry  2

     Part 1
     Designated Documents, Accredited
     Persons and Service Providers

Effective date of designated document designation 3
Classification of designated documents  4
Scope of authority of accredited persons     5
Accreditation as accredited persons     6
Prohibited actions re accredited persons     7
Suspension and cancellation of accreditation 8
Reduction of level of accreditation     9
Audits and reviews  10
Service provider's ID code    11
Restriction on authority to transmit    12
Insurance requirements for service provider  13
Insertion and use of ID codes 14
Responsibility re ID codes    15
Responsibility re transmittals     16

     Part 2
     Document Handling Procedures and Searches

Transmittance of designated documents   17
Forms     18
Filing, etc., of non-designated documents    19
Authorized representative signatures and name insertions    20
Effect of transmittal    21
Duties of accredited persons on document authorization 22
Restrictions on use of identification information 23
Effect of transmittal and authorization 24
Requirements for corporation re NUANS report 25
Entitlement to perform searches    26

     Part 3
     General Provisions

Property rights in official records     27
Fees 28
Powers of Registrar under other enactments   29
Expiry    30
Repeal    31

Schedule


Interpretation
1(1)  In this Regulation,

     (a)  "accredited person" means a person accredited under section
6(4);

     (b)  "authorized representative" means a person who, under any
enactment under which the Corporate Registry operates or carries out duties
or functions or under any court order, is authorized or required to sign
and send to the Registrar, either on the person's own behalf or on behalf
of a corporation, firm or other legal entity, a designated document;

     (c)  "body corporate" and "corporation" have the same meanings that
they have in the Business Corporations Act;

     (d)  "Corporate Registry" means the document and information
recording system maintained by the Registrar under which the Registrar
maintains documents and information under the Business Corporations Act,
the Partnership Act and any other enactment under which the Registrar
carries out duties or functions;

     (e)  "designated document" means a designated document within the
meaning of section 7 of Schedule 12, and includes any attachment to such a
designated document that is capable of being transmitted;

     (f)  "electronic access agreement" means,

               (i)  in the case of a person who is a registry agent, a
registry agent agreement entered into under section 3 of Schedule 12
between the registry agent and the Minister, and

               (ii) in the case of any other person, an agreement
entered into under section 6 of Schedule 12 between the person and the
Minister,

     under which the person is provided electronic access to the Corporate
Registry database and is authorized to transmit under this Regulation and
the terms of the agreement;

     (g)  "field" means a space, in a designated document, in which a
particular type of information is entered;

     (h)  "information" includes data in an electronic format;

     (i)  "NUANS report" means a Newly Upgraded Automated Name Search
Report referred to in the Business Corporations Regulation (AR 118/2000);

     (j)  "Registrar" means the Registrar as defined in the Business
Corporations Act;

     (k)  "Schedule 12" means Schedule 12 to the Government Organization
Act; 

     (l)  "service provider" means a person who has entered into an
electronic access agreement under which that person is authorized to
transmit.

(2)  Any reference in this Regulation to "transmit", "transmitted" or
"transmittal" is to be taken to refer to the sending by a service provider
of a designated document to the Registrar, using electronic means and
format and completed in such manner as the Registrar requires, in order to
effect a registration or a filing in the Corporate Registry.

(3)  Any reference in this Regulation to the official records of the
Corporate Registry includes the electronic database and the microfilmed
documents of the Corporate Registry.

(4)  Any reference in this Regulation to the authorizing of a designated
document is to be taken to refer to the document's being authorized for
processing within the meaning of section 7(1)(f) of Schedule 12.


Designation of registry
2   The Corporate Registry is hereby designated as a registry to which
section 7 of Schedule 12 applies. 


     PART 1

     DESIGNATED DOCUMENTS, ACCREDITED
     PERSONS AND SERVICE PROVIDERS

Effective date of designated document designation
3   Where the Registrar, under section 7(2) of Schedule 12, designates a
document or information or any class of documents or information as a
designated document, the Registrar shall also specify the date on which the
designation becomes effective.


Classification of designated documents
4   The Registrar shall classify each designated document as either a level
1, a level 2 or a level 3 designated document.


Scope of authority of accredited persons
5(1)  In order for designated documents to be authorized, the Registrar may
designate an accredited person as being either a level 1, a level 2 or a
level 3 accredited person.

(2)  A level 3 accredited person may authorize a designated document
classified by the Registrar as a level 1, level 2 or level 3 designated
document.

(3)  A level 2 accredited person may only authorize a designated document
classified by the Registrar as a level 1 or level 2 designated document.

(4)  A level 1 accredited person may only authorize a designated document
classified by the Registrar as a level 1 designated document.


Accreditation as accredited persons
6(1)  A person wishing to become an accredited person must, in a form
satisfactory to the Registrar, apply to the Registrar for accreditation
setting out

     (a)  the level of accreditation being applied for, and

     (b)  any other information required by the Registrar.

(2)  The Registrar may establish the minimum qualifications for a
particular level of accreditation in order for a person's application to be
considered by the Registrar for accreditation at that level. 

(3)  On considering an application, the Registrar may

     (a)  require the applicant to challenge an examination in respect of
the level of accreditation being applied for, and 

     (b)  charge the applicant an examination fee in such lawful and
reasonable amount as the Registrar considers appropriate in the
circumstances.

(4)  If the applicant succeeds in the examination challenge at a level of
achievement that is acceptable to the Registrar, the Registrar may accredit
the applicant at the level for which the examination was challenged.

(5)  Where the Registrar accredits a person, the Registrar shall

     (a)  assign to the accredited person an accredited person's ID code,
and

     (b)  confirm in writing to that person

               (i)  the fact that the person is an accredited person,

               (ii) the accredited person's level of accreditation,

               (iii)     the accredited person's ID code assigned, and

               (iv) the designated documents that are of the level of
classification for which the person is accredited to authorize.

(6)  Any process under which a person is accredited, including any training
that is provided by the Registrar or any person on behalf of the Registrar,
is provided to or in respect of the accreditation solely for the purpose of
ensuring that the appropriate functions and procedures respecting document
authorization for the Corporate Registry are carried out, and not for the
purpose of training persons to provide legal advice or other services to
the public.


Prohibited actions re accredited persons
7   An accredited person shall not directly or indirectly

     (a)  permit a service provider or any other person to use the
accredited person's ID code unless that accredited person has examined and
authorized the designated document, or

     (b)  provide such information to another person as constitutes the
giving of legal advice to the public.


Suspension and cancellation of accreditation
8   The Registrar may suspend or cancel an accredited person's
accreditation if, in the opinion of the Registrar, the accredited person

     (a)  has failed to comply with this Regulation or any directions of
the Registrar given under this Regulation, 

     (b)  does not meet the standards of performance or competence that
are expected of an accredited person at the level of accreditation for
which the person is accredited,

     (c)  has been inactive in carrying out any duties or functions under
section 7 of Schedule 12 or this Regulation,

     (d)  has engaged in only limited activities in carrying out any
duties or functions under section 7 of Schedule 12 or this Regulation with
respect to designated documents that are of the level of classification for
which the person is accredited to authorize, or

     (e)  has engaged in activities that are harmful to the operation or
reputation of the Corporate Registry or the Registrar.


Reduction of level of accreditation
9   The Registrar may reduce the level of accreditation of an accredited
person to that of a lower level if, in the opinion of the Registrar, the
accredited person

     (a)  has been inactive in carrying out any duties or functions under
section 7 of Schedule 12 or this Regulation, or

     (b)  has engaged in only limited activities in carrying out any
duties or functions under section 7 of Schedule 12 or this Regulation with
respect to designated documents that are of the level of classification for
which the person is accredited to authorize.


Audits and reviews
10(1)  For the purposes of determining whether an accredited person is
carrying out the accredited person's duties and functions under section 7
of Schedule 12 and this Regulation to a standard and in a manner that are
competent and acceptable to the Registrar, the Registrar or a person on the
Registrar's behalf may conduct audits and reviews of the accredited
person's operations and of the accredited person's files, records and
documents, whether maintained in paper or electronic form.

(2)  In carrying out the audit or review, the Registrar or other person
acting on the Registrar's behalf may make copies of material found in the
files and of the records and documents. 

(3)  An audit or review under this section may only be carried out in
respect of the accredited person's activities as they relate to the
carrying out of duties and functions under section 7 of Schedule 12 and
this Regulation.


Service provider's ID code
11   The Registrar shall assign to a service provider a service provider's
ID code.


Restriction on authority to transmit
12   Only a service provider with a service provider's ID code is
authorized to transmit.


Insurance requirements for service provider
13   The Registrar may

     (a)  require a service provider to obtain and maintain professional
errors and omission insurance coverage in an amount that the Registrar
considers satisfactory,

     (b)  require proof of that coverage, and

     (c)  require a notification of any termination of that coverage.


Insertion and use of ID codes
14(1)  When a service provider makes a transmittal, the service provider
shall ensure that the accredited person's ID code and the service
provider's ID code are inserted into the appropriate field so as to enable
the Registrar

     (a)  to identify

               (i)  the service provider making the transmittal, and

               (ii) the accredited person who authorized the designated
document that is the subject of the transmittal,

     and

     (b)  to ensure that the accredited person is accredited to authorize
the designated document that is the subject of the transmittal. 

(2)  The use of a service provider's ID code and of an accredited person's
ID code in a transmittal has the same force as if the service provider and
the accredited person had signed a paper document that contained the
information transmitted.


Responsibility re ID codes
15   Service providers and accredited persons are responsible for the
security and use of their respective ID codes.


Responsibility re transmittals
16   Service providers and accredited persons are responsible for all
transmittals that include their respective ID codes. 


     PART 2

     DOCUMENT HANDLING PROCEDURES
     AND SEARCHES

Transmittance of designated documents
17(1)   Where designated documents are required or permitted by or under
the Business Corporations Act or the Partnership Act to be registered or
filed with or sent or delivered to the Registrar, those designated
documents must be so registered,  filed, sent or delivered by being
transmitted.

(2)  A designated document that is transmitted

     (a)  must be transmitted in the manner and form established by the
Registrar, and

     (b)  must contain the information that is required by the Registrar
and is relevant to the purpose for which the designated document is
transmitted.

(3)  Without restricting the generality of subsection (2)(b), the Registrar
may require the provision of the following information in a designated
document under the Business Corporations Act so far as is applicable:

     (a)  in respect of a director, the full name and address, the
appointment and cessation dates and the residency status;

     (b)  in respect of a shareholder, the full name and address and the
shareholding particulars;

     (c)  the full name and address, the appointment and cessation dates
and the occupation of the person who will keep the records of a corporation
after its dissolution;

     (d)  the full name and address, the firm name and the appointment
and cessation dates of the attorney for service as defined in section
276(b) of the Business Corporations Act, for a body corporate;

     (e)  the full name and address of the person requesting continuance
of a corporation;

     (f)  the full name and address of the person requesting revival of a
corporation, the relationship of the person to the corporation and the
reason that revival is requested.


Forms
18(1)  The forms to be used for designated documents are to be in the
electronic formats established by the Registrar.

(2)  The form and content of all certificates that the Registrar is
authorized or required to issue under the Business Corporations Act or the
Partnership Act, or under a court order under either Act, are as determined
by the Registrar.


Filing, etc., of non-designated documents
19   Where any court order or other document that is not a designated
document is authorized or required by an enactment or a court to be filed,
registered, sent or delivered to the Registrar in respect of a matter dealt
with under the Business Corporations Act or the Partnership Act, that court
order or other document must be filed, registered, sent or delivered to the
Registrar in a paper form unless the Registrar directs otherwise.


Authorized representative signatures and name insertions
20   The signature of the authorized representative is not required in
respect of a transmittal, but the name of the authorized representative
must be inserted in the appropriate field in the designated document, which
insertion has the same force as if the authorized representative had signed
the document. 


Effect of transmittal
21   A transmittal constitutes a request to the Registrar that the
Registrar, in accordance with the Business Corporations Act or the
Partnership Act, as the case may be, as modified by Schedule 12 and this
Regulation, file, register, maintain or otherwise deal with the designated
document transmitted.


Duties of accredited persons on document authorization
22   An accredited person who carries out functions respecting designated
document authorization shall ensure 

     (a)  that the designated document is completed in a manner that
complies with the Business Corporations Act or the Partnership Act, as the
case may be, as modified by Schedule 12 and this Regulation;

     (b)  that the designated document complies with the policies and
procedures of the Registrar;

     (c)  that, where a NUANS report is required, the report has been
reviewed and its number inserted in the appropriate field of the designated
document;

     (d)  that the designated document is in the electronic format
established by the Registrar and indicates in the appropriate fields the
name of the authorized representative and the accredited person's ID code;

     (e)  that, unless the accredited person personally knows the
authorized representative, the identity of the authorized representative is
confirmed by the authorized representative's motor vehicle operator's
licence number or some other form of identification that is acceptable to
the Registrar. 


Restrictions on use of identification information
23   Anything provided under section 22(e) for the purpose of confirming
identification of an authorized representative 

     (a)  does not form part of the designated document nor of the
official records of the Corporate Registry, 

     (b)  is not eligible to be the subject of a search, and 

     (c)  must be held in confidence by any person who is in possession
of it.


Effect of transmittal and authorization
24(1)  On receipt of a transmittal, the Registrar shall, if the designated
document is authorized,

     (a)  issue by electronic or other means the appropriate certificate
or other document authorized by the Business Corporations Act or the
Partnership Act, as the case may be, and

     (b)  maintain in the electronic database of the Corporate Registry
the certificate or other document referred to in clause (a) and the
information contained in the transmittal and in that certificate or other
document . 

(2)  A certificate or other document referred to in subsection (1)(a) may
be printed out by the service provider at the service provider's office.

(3)  Where a certificate or other document is issued under subsection
(1)(a) and provided to a service provider, the service provider shall
provide that certificate or other document to the authorized representative
who is entitled to receive it.

(4)  The information referred to in subsection (1)(b) forms part of the
official records of the Corporate Registry.


Requirements for corporation re NUANS report
25   Where a NUANS report is required in conjunction with any designated
document, the corporation on whose behalf that report was obtained shall,
after the report has been reviewed by an accredited person, maintain the
original of the report and provide it to the Registrar on request by the
Registrar. 


Entitlement to perform searches
26(1)  Subject to any restrictions provided for in this or any other
enactment, a service provider or other person authorized by the Registrar
may, in accordance with the search criteria established by the Registrar,
perform searches of the official records of the Corporate Registry.

(2)  The results of any search carried out under subsection (1) may be
printed out by the service provider at the service provider's office. 


     PART 3

     GENERAL PROVISIONS

Property rights in official records
27   The official records of the Corporate Registry remain at all times the
property of the Government. 


Fees
28(1)  The fees payable to the Registrar with respect to a transmittal, a
search, the issuance of a certificate or other document and any other
related services are those set out in the Schedule or in or under other
enactments or the electronic access agreement.

(2)  The Registrar may waive the payment by

     (a)  a department or agency of the Government, or

     (b)  a Provincial agency as defined in the Financial Administration
Act

of a fee referred to in subsection (1) if the Registrar is satisfied that
the department, agency or Provincial agency will not recover the fee from a
third party.


Powers of Registrar under other enactments
29   Nothing in this Regulation is to be construed so as to restrict any of
the powers of the Registrar under the Business Corporations Act, the
Partnership Act or Schedule 12.


Expiry
30   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 January 31, 2007.


Repeal
31   The Corporate Registry Document Handling Procedures Regulation (AR
9/98) is repealed.


     SCHEDULE
     (Section 28)

     BUSINESS CORPORATIONS ACT

The fees payable to the Government under section 12(3)(a) of Schedule 12 in
relation to the Business Corporations Act are as follows:

     (a)  for certificate of incorporation   $100

     (b)  for certificate of amendment
      (articles of amendment) 25

     (c)  for certificate of amalgamation    100

     (d)  for certificate of registration of
       an extra-provincial corporation  100

     (e)  for certificate of amendment of
       registration of an extra-provincial corporation 25

     (f)  for certificate of registration of an
       amalgamated corporation (extra-provincial) 100

     (g)  for certificate of restated articles of incorporation  25

     (h)  for certificate of continuance under
       section 188 of the Business Corporations Act    100

     (i)  for certificate of amendment
      (articles of reorganization) 25

     (j)  for certificate of revival    100

     (k)  for certificate of revocation of
       intent to dissolve     no charge

     (l)  for certificate of English/French name
       equivalency or pseudonym    25

     (m)  for certificate of continuance under
       section 273 of the Business Corporations Act    100

     (n)  for certificate of dissolution     no charge

     (o)  for filing annual return no charge

     (p)  for certificate of status     5

     (q)  for any certificate or certification for
       which a fee is not provided elsewhere 25

     (r)  for search - for each corporation (microfiche only)    5

     (s)  for certification, per file   5

     (t)  for appointment of receiver   no charge

     (u)  for issuing corrected certificate  50

     (v)  for printed search - for each corporation    1


     PARTNERSHIP ACT

The fees payable to the Government under section 12(3)(a) of Schedule 12 in
relation to the Partnership Act are as follows:

     (a)  for filing certificate of limited partnership
       under section 52 of the Partnership Act    $50

     (b)  for filing notice to amend certificate
       of limited partnership 15

     (c)  for filing declaration under section 106,
       109 or 110 of the Partnership Act     10

     (d)  for computer printed search of each
       trade name, partnership, limited partnership and
       limited liability partnership    1

     (e)  for search (microfiche only) of each
       trade name, partnership and limited partnership 5

     (f)  for certification, per file   5

     (g)  for uncertified copy of any document
       or part of a document, per file  5

     (h)  for certificate of limited liability
       partnership registration    50

     (i)  for annual return for limited
       liability partnership  no charge


     Alberta Regulation 11/2002

     Cemeteries Act

     CREMATORIES DESIGNATION REGULATION

     Filed:  January 24, 2002

Made by the Minister of Government Services (M.O. C:001/02) on January 21,
2002 pursuant to section 60(2) of the Cemeteries Act.


Designation
1   The Alberta Funeral Services Regulatory Board is designated as a
regulatory board for purposes of the Cemeteries Act.


Expiry
2   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 November 30, 2006.