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Definition: The procedures for taking a dispute to court or other legal agency.

Alberta Resources

This booklet offers some basic information that you should be aware of if you choose to represent yourself in Provincial Court - Family. The booklet focuses on preparing for and conducting a trial when you are not represented by a lawyer. This booklet includes information about:

  • Resolution options and services that can help you solve your family law issues
  • Making a Family Law Act application in the Provincial Court of Alberta
  • Answers to questions many people have
  • Court processes and court language
  • How to find a lawyer
  • Preparing for trial if you do not have a lawyer
Related keywords: Family law general resources, Legal process, Self-representation

Trial by jury is a cornerstone of our criminal justice system. Through participation in the jury system, people in a community play a direct role in the administration of justice and help to maintain all of our own rights and freedoms. On this webpage you will find information on serving on a jury, eligibility and information regarding a Juror Summons.

Related keywords: Juries, Legal process

Information on how to appeal a decision made in the Court of Queen’s Bench, including small claims, family law claims and conviction offences.

Related keywords: Courts and court judgments, Legal process

This court procedure booklet tells you what steps to take when:

  • You are making an application in the Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta;
  • You already have a court file (e.g. divorce, family property, common law property);
  • The application you want to make is NOT under the Family Law Act; and
  • You have chosen not to get a lawyer and will be representing yourself throughout the court process.
Related keywords: Legal process

This court procedure booklet tells you what steps to take when:

  1. You are making an application in the Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta;
  2. You already have a court file (e.g. divorce, family property, common law property);
  3. The application you want to make is NOT under the Family Law Act; and
  4. You have chosen not to get a lawyer and will be representing yourself throughout the court process.

Related keywords: Legal process, Self-representation

This primer, “Navigating the Justice System: A Guide for Self-Represented Litigants with Disabilities” is designed for people seeking justice system accommodations for a recognized disability, either physical or cognitive. The Primer is meant to be a practical legal guide to accommodation requests. This resource includes (often hard-to-find) sources for accommodation information, and registering complaints about failures to accommodate, in every province and territory (including email addresses, phone numbers, and web addresses).”

Related keywords: Legal process, Self-representation

How to order a Provincial Court or Court of Queen's Bench courtroom transcript.

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The Provincial Court Court Criminal Clerks are able to assist in providing information for Provincial Court Criminal matters regarding judicial procedures, court appearance, trial dates, adjournments, outstanding warrants, summonses, subpeonas, witness fees, and payment of fines. They do not provide legal advice or handle traffic matters.

Related keywords: Criminal law general resources, Legal process

The Refugee Hearing Preparation Guide is for refugee claimants and their service providers. It educates, guides, and supports refugee claimants who are preparing for their refugee hearings. It was developed to help inform and empower service providers in their understanding of the refugee hearing preparation process. The Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada – Refugee Protection Division (IRB-RPD) holds refugee hearings in six locations across Canada. The Preparation Guide is uniquely adapted to each location, and available in the following languages:

  • Montreal – English, French, Spanish, Sorani Kurdish
  • Toronto – English, French, Spanish, Chinese, Arabic, Farsi, Urdu, Sorani Kurdish
  • Winnipeg – English, French, Spanish, Somali
  • Calgary – English, French, Spanish, Arabic, Urdu, Mongolian
  • Edmonton – English, French, Spanish, Somali, Tigrigna
  • Vancouver – English, French, Spanish, Chinese, Arabic, Farsi, Sorani Kurdish
Related keywords: Immigration, Legal process

Find commonly used application forms, affidavits, notices and tip sheets for residential tenancy disputes in Alberta.

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