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Please contact the Court Records Office by telephone at 613-996-7933 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org to check about the availability of the court record in question. If photocopies are required, they can be made at the Registry at a cost of $. 50 per page.
How do I find court cases in Alberta?
To access records filed with any court in Alberta (the Provincial Court of Alberta, the Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta, or the Alberta Court of Appeal), you can go to any courthouse in Alberta with your search request.
Are Alberta court records public?
Except where restricted by law or a judge's order, courtrooms are open to the public and media, and court records and exhibits are available to view or copy.
What is the highest court in Alberta?
The Court of Queen's Bench is the superior Court in Alberta. It hears civil claims and criminal cases that are beyond the jurisdiction of the Provincial Court. Some cases are heard with a jury and some by a Judge alone. The Court of Queen's Bench is also an Appeal Court.
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