People also ask
How long do most civil cases take?
According to the study conducted by Rabner, civil cases can often take upwards of two years to get to a trial date from the initial filing. Most of this delay is due to a long drawn out discovery process.
What happens after request for Judgement?
Once the judge has made a decision, you and the defendant will be sent an order. This will say you are entitled to judgment on liability and will set out any other directions the judge has given. The judge may give directions either: Allocating your claim to the small claims track.
How much does it cost to file a civil claim in Alberta?
Civil Matters Civil Claim \u2013 valued at $7,500 or less$100Dispute Note without a counterclaim$25Dispute Note with a counterclaim valued at $7,500 or less$75Dispute Note with a counterclaim valued greater than $7,500$125Third Party Claim$502 more rows
How long does a civil lawsuit take in Alberta?
\u2014 Alberta Civil Liberties Research Centre. While each case is different, civil litigation generally moves slower than people like. If you are considering bringing a lawsuit regarding a Charter breach, you ought to expect the action will take at least 15 months, and potentially much longer.
How do I request a court document 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.
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