§ 77. Mrs. WINTRINGHAM
asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies whether reciprocal arrangements have been made with the Dominion of Canada 1907 for the enforcement of maintenance orders under the Maintenance Orders (Facilities for Enforcement) Act, 1920; and, if not, whether steps are being taken to make such reciprocal arrangements?
§ Mr. CHURCHILL
It is necessary for reciprocal legislation to be passed in Canada before maintenance orders under the Act referred to can be enforced in any part of the Dominion. I understand that the matter is under the consideration of several of the Provinicial Governments, but so far as I am aware, the necessary legislation has not yet been passed in any of the provinces.