CPD: Common Motion Hearings (2023) Prepares Legal Practitioners For Frequent Small Claims Court ProcessesPage last modified: March 02 2023
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Prepare for frequent Small Claims Court issues that arise prior to Trial such as:
- Motion to Strike,
- Motion to Dismiss,
- Motion to Set Aside Default,
- Motion For Particulars,
and much more.
Learn what every legal practitioner needs to know.
The Common Motion Hearings presentation explains the principles and rules involved with, among other issues:
- A motion to strike scandalous or other improper pleadings or improper Affidavit statements;
- A motion to dismiss for lack of a reasonable cause of action or lack of a reasonable defence;
- A motion seeking adequate particulars;
- A motion for setting aside default;
- A motion for production of evidence;
- A motion for leave of substitute service; and
- A motion to validate service contrary to the Rules.
- A handout containing extensive case law, fully cited, and linked to CanLII for convenient future use as quick reference secondary source material; and
- A few sample Notice of Motion and Supporting Affidavit documents for convenient future use when bringing a Motion within the Small Claims Court.
Qualifies For Up to Three (3) Hours of Substantive CPD whether you participate live or watch the video afterward.
Don't miss out on this informative and entertaining opportunity to learn what you need to know about Small Claims Court Motion hearings. Learn the knowledge you need to be the best that you can be.
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