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That announces and puts in court records that there is a new lawyer who has been appointed. There is another method of changing or removing the lawyer. It is called Notice of Intention to Act in Person.
You must serve either your Statement of Defence or your Notice of Intent to Defend within: 20 days if you were served with the claim in Ontario. 40 days if you were served with the claim elsewhere in Canada or the USA. 60 days if you were served with the claim outside of Canada or the USA.
A Notice of Intent to Defend essentially tells the parties and the Court that you intend to defend the action. Your Defence must be filed within 10 days of filing that Notice. No matter how frustrated you feel about the allegations or the Claim's lack of merit, DO NOT ignore it.
You must: prepare a Statement of Defence (Form 18A) and serve it on everyone else in the matter (such as the plaintiff and any other defendant who is named) complete an Affidavit of Service (Form 16B) for each party served. file your statement of defence and proof of service with the court.
Within 4 months of filing the Statement of Defence, the parties must determine if the case is a standard case or a complex case. If the parties do not agree within this time frame and the court does not otherwise order, the case is deemed to be a standard case.
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Under the Civil Procedure Rules, a defendant has 14 days after being served with a claim form to file an acknowledgement of service and then a further 14 days to file a defence.
You must: prepare a Statement of Defence (Form 18A) and serve it on everyone else in the matter (such as the plaintiff and any other defendant who is named) complete an Affidavit of Service (Form 16B) for each party served. file your statement of defence and proof of service with the court.
You must: prepare a Statement of Defence (Form 18A) and serve it on everyone else in the matter (such as the plaintiff and any other defendant who is named) complete an Affidavit of Service (Form 16B) for each party served. file your statement of defence and proof of service with the court.
File both the original defence (with any supporting documents and affidavit(s) of service) and a copy for yourself and each defendant, with the court in person or by mail, or file the defence and documents online using the Small Claims Court Submissions Online portal at www.ontario.ca/page/file-small-claims-online .
A defendant who wants to defend all or part of a claim must file a defence with the court on form N9B. The form must be filed at court and sent to all parties to the court proceedings. It can be filed at court by posting, by hand delivery, or by completion of the defence form through the money claims online portal.

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