The following resources can aid First Nations who are opting to develop their own MRP law. You may also refer to the MRP Toolkit for step by step best practices to guide your law making activities. It can be found here.
TheFirst Nations Gazette provides a public notification service (free of charge) to assist First Nations during their law-making process. For example, First Nations may wish to publish a notice of the proposed MRP law or notify the community of upcoming consultation sessions or exhibit their enacted matrimonial real property law. To learn more on how to utilize the First Nations Gazette click here.
Matrimonial Real Property Policy and Law Making Guide
Report on Existing First Nation Matrimonial Real Property Laws
Report on First Nations Law-Making & Implementation Experience when enacting Matrimonial Real Property Laws under the Family Homes on Reserves and Matrimonial Interests or Rights Act – Catherine Fagan
Key Topics in Matrimonial Real Property Laws
Questions for Development of Matrimonial Property Law
Steps Involved in Preparing a Matrimonial Real Property Law
Model Family Property Law for Certificates of Possession