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The situation may be urgent if you feel that there is an immediate risk that your partner will abduct or seriously harm you or your children. You may face hardship if you don't have enough money to pay your mortgage and the bank has threatened to take legal action against you.
The Superior Court of Justice is also continuing to process \u201cbasket Motions,\u201d which are Motions that do not need to be orally argued because they are done on consent and/or can be submitted as written documents.
To have your statement of claim issued by the court, you must file it with a completed Form 14F (Information for Court Use): online. in-person. by mail....Starting a claim preparing a Statement of Claim (Form 14A or 14B) paying the applicable fees. having it issued by the court.
Fill out the Notice of Motion and Supporting Affidavit [Form 15A], including the date, time and location of the hearing. At least 7 days before the hearing date, serve the notice of motion and supporting affidavit on the responding party or parties (refer to \u201cServing documents \u201d for more information).
'application notice' means a document in which the applicant states his intention to seek a court order; and. 'respondent' means \u2013 (a) the person against whom the order is sought; and. (b) such other person as the court may direct.
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You must file a Notice of Application to ask the Federal Court for permission to review a negative decision. This permission is called \u201cleave\u201d. To access the Notice of Application form, go to the Federal Court website and open Form IR-1 \u2013 Application for Leave and for Judicial Review.
You should file your documents in the High Court registry where your case is being heard. You can file a document by: delivering it to the Registry by hand; or. sending it to the Registry's address for filing.
FILE the APPLICATION FOR AN ORDER by taking or mailing it to the Provincial Court Registry. There is no fee for filing an Application. The staff will give you a time and a date for the hearing. They will check the form and when it is accepted for filing, will apply the registry stamp.
A "basket motion" is the phrase used to describe those types of motions that do not need to be. argued in open Court. Typically, Orders that are to be made on consent, or which can be made. in writing rather than orally, are sent up to a Justice in a basket to review and sign, hence the. term =basket motion".
Fill out the Notice of Motion and Supporting Affidavit [Form 15A], including the date, time and location of the hearing. At least 7 days before the hearing date, serve the notice of motion and supporting affidavit on the responding party or parties (refer to \u201cServing documents \u201d for more information).

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