An Act to amend the Canada Evidence Act (interpretation of numerical dates)

This bill was last introduced in the 40th Parliament, 3rd Session, which ended in March 2011.

This bill was previously introduced in the 40th Parliament, 2nd Session and the 40th Parliament, 1st Session.

Sponsor

Daryl Kramp  Conservative

Introduced as a private member’s bill. (These don’t often become law.)

Status

Introduced, as of Jan. 26, 2009
(This bill did not become law.)

Summary

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This enactment amends the Canada Evidence Act to direct courts on how to interpret a numeric date that is in dispute.

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Canada Evidence Act
Routine Proceedings

December 3rd, 2008 / 3:30 p.m.
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Conservative

Daryl Kramp Prince Edward—Hastings, ON

moved for leave to introduce Bill C-245, An Act to amend the Canada Evidence Act (interpretation of numerical dates).

Mr. Speaker, I have a number of bills to introduce today. I am pleased to introduce my private member's bill, an act to amend the Canada Evidence Act.

This bill would amend the Canada Evidence Act to direct courts on how to interpret a numeric date that is in dispute. For lack of clarity, court dates have been missed simply due to the date appearing as 010747 or 070147, which can be disputed. It should be consistent across the country and that is the intent and purpose of the bill.

(Motions deemed adopted, bill read the first time and printed)