Litigation Calendar for September 2015 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.
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Application Records: The registry requires a copy of the application be placed on top of the application record when submitting the record for filing.
Original of Documents: The court keeps the original of documents. If you wish for a stamped copy to be returned to you, please provide it to us with the original.
Notices of Trial (Civil & Family): The undertaking regarding hearing fees has been removed from civil and family notices of trial (Form 40 in Appendix A, under the Civil Rules and Form 44 under the Family Rules). Please make this change to your forms before submitting them to Dye & Durham for filing. If counsel is unable to sign a notice of trial, someone else in the firm (e.g. paralegals, legal assistants, other lawyers) may sign it on his or her behalf. That person should sign their own name (instead of writing counsel’s name in quotes) and write “for” or “per” next to counsel’s name below the signature line. The registry will not accept notices of trial signed by Dye & Durham, as agent.
Click here to access Dye & Durham’s Litigation Calendar for September 2015.