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Used by the person who is starting the action.
Used by the person who is responding to the action.
Used to let a third party know about the lawsuit.
Used for Personal Injury Claims.
Used to respond by someone who received Third Party notice
Used if your claim was previously initiated before the CRT.
Used by the applicant to ask the respondent to make a deposit.
Used to show rules have been complied with and that parties are ready to proceed.
Used by a party who withdraws a Claim, Counterclaim, Reply or Third Party Notice.
Used to notify the court and the parties of any changes to your address or contact information.
Used when an application does not require a hearing.
Applications requiring a judge or justice, with or without hearing.
Used to show a party’s financial situation.
Used when filing documents, records or other materials you intend to rely on at a hearing
Used to prove when a document was served.
Used if no response is filed by the other party.
Used to bring the parties to a mediation.
Used to determine how the mediation costs will be paid.
Used by the mediator to inform the court of the outcome of mediation.
Used to include the terms the parties agreed to at mediation.
Used by the mediator to confirm the attendance at mediation.
Used to adjourn a settlement conference.
Used to make an offer to the other party to settle the lawsuit.
Used to prepare for a trial conference to inform the court of the facts of the lawsuit
Used to submit to the court terms the parties agree to for approval.
Used to compel someone to attend as a witness and bring or provide certain documents
Used to appeal a decision made by the Small Claims Court
Used to summon (demand the presence of) a person to a payment hearing
Used to prove you served the other party.
Used to inform a party of a payment hearing date, time and location.
Used to summon (demand the presence of) a person to a default hearing.
Used by debtor to describe financial situation
Used to provide the facts to support a garnishing order.
Used to receive payment out of court for monies garnished.