March Litigation Calendar 2009
Dye & Durham is pleased to provide the 3rd of our Monthly Litigation Calendars for 2009, a quick and easy way to see what’s happening in Court for the month of March.
Our calendar provides important information including:
– Trial submission dates
– Dates Judges/Masters are NOT available
– My Dye & Durham ETRAY™ – our “NEW” electronic work order
– Legal 1 – for Transcription and Court Reporting needs
To access this month’s litigation calendar, please click on the link below:
This month’s calendar covers Supreme Courts within the Lower Mainland and Victoria, and is colour coded to distinguish between registries.
All consent orders require a Requisition (Form 56) to be filed with it (original plus one (1) copy).
Don’t forget that a backing sheet is required to be attached to ALL orders and defaults.
The Court will not stamp copies of orders, please only send in the original order for processing.
Vancouver Trial Division will only accept the following documents for filing at the counter: Trial Certificates, Jury Notices and Application materials set for the next day. All other documents will be submitted to the registry and will be returned within 2 – 3 days depending on the volume at the registry.
Small Claims Registries will only accept Notices of Claim if the totals are complete. Notices of Claim not completed in their entirety will be rejected by the Registry.
The New Westminster Court Registry requires an original plus three copies of both the Notice of Motion and Notice of Hearing when filing.
The New Westminster Court Registry requires that the Jurat on Affidavits MUST be CLEARLY written or stamped as to who the commissioner was who swore the Affidavit. Affidavits which are unclear will be rejected by the registry.
When submitting a trial certificate via ETRAY™ it must be submitted with a list of witnesses.
When submitting an Affidavit for electronic filing, each Affidavit submitted must be accompanied by a Form 144 – Electronic Filing Statement. Financial Statements being filed electronically also require a Form 144 for filing.
The Court Services Online electronic filing service is NOW AVAILABLE in all 43 court locations across British Columbia. The CSO e-File service allows users to submit electronic court documents in civil actions to Supreme Court and Provincial C