Dye & Durham is pleased to provide the 7th of our Monthly Litigation Calendars for 2010, a quick and easy way to see what’s happening in Court for the month of July.
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.
Following the introduction of the New Rules on July 1st, 2010, we would urge you to ensure that the documents you are submitting adhere to the new rules, forms and applicable fees. This will limit the possibility of your documents being rejected by the registry.
When submitting documents for filing via ETRAY™, please convert your document from word to pdf before you upload them. If you are scanning your documents, scan each document individually.
Clients using ETRAY™ to file documents on CSO should note that the CSO system limits size of the files to 8MB.
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. Electronic filing statements must include action number, registry and style of cause. Clients using ETRAY™ to file electronically on Court Services Online (CSO) should be advised that it is not possible to file documents from one court registry in another court registry. CSO is currently not designed to allow court file numbers to be submitted in alternate registries. Documents in these cases must be filed in hard copy only.