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Can you serve a document by email?
In the case of service by email, a specified method can be agreed so that the receipt of court documents may be managed and monitored properly. Service of documents by email is 'opt-in'. Simply because correspondence is sent by email between the parties does not mean a court document may be served by email.
How long can an affidavit be Alberta?
o Number all of your paragraphs (1, 2, 3, 4...) o If you need to add more pages to your Affidavit, add them before the signature page. However, your Affidavit can be no more than 5 pages long, unless you have permission from the Court to have a longer Affidavit.
How do you legally serve someone in Canada?
Complete an Affidavit of Service [Form 8A] for each party. If personal service is not required under the Rules, often service of documents will be fairly simple - either sending it by mail or by courier, dropping it off at an office, or having someone serve it for you.
How do I get an Affidavit of Service form?
This form is called an Affidavit of Service. A licensed process server will have his or her own forms. To find Affidavits of Service go to Forms, visit a Court Help Center or ask the Court for one, most Courts will have this.
What is an Affidavit of Service Alberta?
After you have served your court materials to the respondent, you must prepare your Affidavit of Service. This is the court form that proves to the judge that the other party was properly notified of your application. Your Affidavit of Service must be completed by the person who served the documents.
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