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The purpose of the present Act is to afford protection to farmers against loss of their farm land. For the purpose of the present Act “farming” includes livestock production, poultry breeding, dairying, tillage of the soil, bee-keeping, fur farming or any other activity undertaken to produce primary agricultural produce and animals. Section 5 establishes that the Farm Land Security Board and the Saskatchewan Farm Ownership Board are continued as The Farm Land Security Board consisting of those persons appointed as members by the Lieutenant Governor in Council. The text consists of 8 Parts divided into 8 Sections as follows: Title and Interpretation (I); Farm Land Security (II); Home Quarter Protection (III); Possession of Equipment (IV); Exemptions (V); Farm Ownership (VI); General Provisions (VII); Repeal and Coming into Force (VIII).

Implemented by: Saskatchewan Farm Security Regulations (R.R.S. c. S-17.1 Reg. 1). (1988)
Implemented by: Farm Land Lease-back Regulations (R.R.S. c. S-17.1 Reg. 2). (1994)

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