There are a number of matters that can be dealt with in this court. They include motor vehicle accidents, general damages, contracts, and debts.
Court filing fees are as follows:
It is your responsibility to locate the defendant.
It may be difficult to locate the whereabouts of certain parties. Under the circumstances, it may be practical to search at a local registry office or hire the services of a process server. Check you local yellow pages for a list of process servers.
Once the court has issued the civil claim and returned it to you (the plaintiff), the next step is to give it to the defendant. This is called service. You must serve a form of dispute note with the civil claim on each defendant.
Please visit our Relevant Links page for a list of organizations that can help.
You may file an application under the Residential Tenancies Act for several remedies (solutions). For example,
There are other remedies (solutions) available. To see a complete list of remedies, click here.
You (the landlord) will be required to complete two forms: Notice of Application under the Residential Tenancies Act and an Affidavit in Support of Landlord's Application.
These forms are available online here, or at any court office
Note: Once you begin an application, there may be additional costs to continue the process.
You (the landlord) must bring the following documents: