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Tag: Summary Judgment

HOW A CLAIM CAN BE DEFEATED OR RESOLVED BEFORE A TRIAL

After starting an action or application by issuing and serving a Notice of Action followed by a Statement of Claim or just by issuing a Statement of Claim, there is a possibility of dealing with certain matters that will end the dispute completely before a trial, or  the hearing itself will be considerably shorter and/or much less costly.

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HOW TO START AN APPLICATION TO THE COURTS

“Applicant” is the individual submitting an application, and “respondent”is the person  against whom an application is made.  The respondent who has been served with a Notice of Application need not file a “defending” document because,  there is no statement of defence in an application. The respondent has to  serve and file a Notice of Appearance and a factum.  Besides, if according to him or her the

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