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Tag: originating process

SERVING A CLAIM

An originating process (i.e., a statement of claim, notice of action, notice of application or application) is to be served personally in accordance with the Rules of Civil Procedure (Rules).  Their are alternatives to this in specific situations. Unless a specific rule or order requires it, no other document has to be served personally or by an alternative to personal service. Such documents (not required to be

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STARTING A CLAIM?

For a rule or statute, requiring a proceeding to be commenced, brought, tried, or heard in a particular county, the proceeding must be commenced in that county and the county must be named in the originating process, the statement of claim or application.  Failing this, the proceeding may be commenced at or transferred to any court office in any county named in the originating process.

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