Is there any evidence that a judgment of last December has been perfected?

Saskatchewan, Canada

The following excerpt is from McLelland v. Carmichael, 1928 CanLII 287 (SK QB):

The material filed with the present application and the arguments of counsel do not say anything about the taking out and entry of the judgment of last December. The judgment does not appear to have been perfected and I will treat it as such. And I will also bear in mind the opinion expressed by Beck, J., in Stevenson v. Dandy, supra.

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