Litigation Calendar for December 2014 Now Available
Dye & Durham’s Litigation Calendar offers you important information, including:
trial submission dates; dates when judges and masters are not available; web links to other relevant legal sites and new directives; and trial scheduling telephone information.
The calendar covers the BC Supreme Court registries within the Lower Mainland, as well as Victoria. It is colour-coded to distinguish between registries.
Send your work orders through ETRAY™ for fast, efficient service.
CPLs and Judgments: We have added a new feature to ETRAY™ to make it easier to file your certificates of pending litigation and your judgments. Now you can simply check a box in your ETRAY™ work order to indicate whether your CPL or judgments should be filed in court only OR filed in court AND the Land Title Office. Notices of Application: There is no such document as an “amended notice of application”. An amended document being filed in the Supreme Court must cite the rule that is being relied upon for the amendment. There is no rule that governs the amendment of a notice of application. Supreme Court Civil Rule 6-1 and Supreme Court Family Rule 8-1 govern the amendment of pleadings. However, a notice of application is not a “pleading”, within the meaning of the rules. Filing Exhibits to Affidavits: Further to Supreme Court Civil Rule 22-2(9) and Supreme Court Family Rule 10-4(9), a documentary exhibit to an affidavit, which exhibit exceeds 10 pages, does NOT need to be filed (although it must be made available for the use of the court and for the prior inspection of a party to the proceeding). Excluding exhibits that exceed 10 pages when filing affidavits electronically can help to keep your file sizes manageable!
Click here to access Dye & Durham’s BC Litigation Calendar for December 2014.