Court of Queen's Bench of Saskatchewan

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Civil Court
Civil Court
Currency date
September 10, 2020
Jurisdiction
Saskatchewan
E-filing requirement level
Optional
Explanatory web page
https://sasklawcourts.ca/index.php/home/court-of-queen-s-bench/civilhttps://sasklawcourts.ca/index.php/home/court-of-queen-s-bench/civil
Last amended
Rule Basis (citation)

Unavailable

Associated practice directive(s)
Documents accepted

Unavailable

Acceptable format(s)

Unavailable

Acceptable formats - additional info

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Electronic signatures accepted?
Unavailable
Signatures - additional info

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Submission method

Email

Submission method - additional info

Only those who have a deposit account with the court are permitted to file documents by email. Contact the applicable court registry to set up an account.

Attachment size limit

Unavailable

Submission instructions

To assist court staff when filing documents by email, please describe the subject in the subject line as follows:

File number and name; Re: (choose from following modifiers: To be issued; New application (urgent); Pending application; or To be filed)

Paper copies required?
Unavailable
Paper copies - additional info

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Additional information

See Table 1 of the Queen's Bench Regulations for information on filing fees in the Court of Queen's Bench.

At present, current registry resources are not sufficient to manage unrestricted email filing. Until additional resources or processes can be established to manage the expected increase in unrestricted email filing, email filing is restricted to parties and counsel with deposit accounts whose residence or office is outside of the City in which the judicial centre is located. As well, any document that exceeds 50 pages, including attached exhibits or case authorities, will not be accepted by email for filing, except with the prior permission of the local registrar.

Family Court
Family Court
Currency date
September 10, 2020
Jurisdiction
Saskatchewan
E-filing requirement level
Optional
Explanatory web page
https://sasklawcourts.ca/index.php/home/court-of-queen-s-bench/familyhttps://sasklawcourts.ca/index.php/home/court-of-queen-s-bench/family
Last amended
Rule Basis (citation)

Unavailable

Associated practice directive(s)
Documents accepted

Unavailable

Acceptable format(s)

Unavailable

Acceptable formats - additional info

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Electronic signatures accepted?
Unavailable
Signatures - additional info

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Submission method

Email

Submission method - additional info

Only those who have a deposit account with the court are permitted to file documents by email. Contact the applicable court registry to set up an account.

Attachment size limit

Unavailable

Submission instructions

To assist court staff when filing documents by email, please describe the subject in the subject line as follows:

File number and name; Re: (choose from following modifiers: To be issued; New application (urgent); Pending application; or To be filed)

Paper copies required?
Unavailable
Paper copies - additional info

---

Additional information

See Table 1 of the Queen's Bench Regulations for information on filing fees in the Court of Queen's Bench.

At present, current registry resources are not sufficient to manage unrestricted email filing. Until additional resources or processes can be established to manage the expected increase in unrestricted email filing, email filing is restricted to parties and counsel with deposit accounts whose residence or office is outside of the City in which the judicial centre is located. As well, any document that exceeds 50 pages, including attached exhibits or case authorities, will not be accepted by email for filing, except with the prior permission of the local registrar.

Criminal Court
Criminal Court
Currency date
September 10, 2020
Jurisdiction
Saskatchewan
E-filing requirement level
Optional
Explanatory web page
https://sasklawcourts.ca/index.php/home/court-of-queen-s-bench/criminalhttps://sasklawcourts.ca/index.php/home/court-of-queen-s-bench/criminal
Last amended
Rule Basis (citation)

Unavailable

Associated practice directive(s)
Documents accepted

Unavailable

Acceptable format(s)

Unavailable

Acceptable formats - additional info

---

Electronic signatures accepted?
Unavailable
Signatures - additional info

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Submission method

Email

Submission method - additional info

Only those who have a deposit account with the court are permitted to file documents by email. Contact the applicable court registry to set up an account.

Attachment size limit

Unavailable

Submission instructions

To assist court staff when filing documents by email, please describe the subject in the subject line as follows:

File number and name; Re: (choose from following modifiers: To be issued; New application (urgent); Pending application; or To be filed)

Paper copies required?
Unavailable
Paper copies - additional info

---

Additional information

See Table 1 of the Queen's Bench Regulations for information on filing fees in the Court of Queen's Bench.

At present, current registry resources are not sufficient to manage unrestricted email filing. Until additional resources or processes can be established to manage the expected increase in unrestricted email filing, email filing is restricted to parties and counsel with deposit accounts whose residence or office is outside of the City in which the judicial centre is located. As well, any document that exceeds 50 pages, including attached exhibits or case authorities, will not be accepted by email for filing, except with the prior permission of the local registrar.

Court of Queen's Bench of Saskatchewan (Civil Court)
Province
Saskatchewan
E-filing requirement level
Optional
Explanatory web page
https://sasklawcourts.ca/index.php/home/court-of-queen-s-bench/civil
Last amended
Rule Basis (citation)

Unavailable

Associated practice directive(s)
Documents accepted

Unavailable

Acceptable format(s)

Unavailable

Acceptable formats - additional info

---

Electronic signatures accepted?
Unavailable
Signatures - additional info

---

Submission method

Email

Submission method - additional info

Only those who have a deposit account with the court are permitted to file documents by email. Contact the applicable court registry to set up an account.

Attachment size limit

Unavailable

Submission instructions

To assist court staff when filing documents by email, please describe the subject in the subject line as follows:

File number and name; Re: (choose from following modifiers: To be issued; New application (urgent); Pending application; or To be filed)

Paper copies required?
Unavailable
Paper copies - additional info

---

Additional information

See Table 1 of the Queen's Bench Regulations for information on filing fees in the Court of Queen's Bench.

At present, current registry resources are not sufficient to manage unrestricted email filing. Until additional resources or processes can be established to manage the expected increase in unrestricted email filing, email filing is restricted to parties and counsel with deposit accounts whose residence or office is outside of the City in which the judicial centre is located. As well, any document that exceeds 50 pages, including attached exhibits or case authorities, will not be accepted by email for filing, except with the prior permission of the local registrar.

Court of Queen's Bench of Saskatchewan (Family Court)
Province
Saskatchewan
E-filing requirement level
Optional
Explanatory web page
https://sasklawcourts.ca/index.php/home/court-of-queen-s-bench/family
Last amended
Rule Basis (citation)

Unavailable

Associated practice directive(s)
Documents accepted

Unavailable

Acceptable format(s)

Unavailable

Acceptable formats - additional info

---

Electronic signatures accepted?
Unavailable
Signatures - additional info

---

Submission method

Email

Submission method - additional info

Only those who have a deposit account with the court are permitted to file documents by email. Contact the applicable court registry to set up an account.

Attachment size limit

Unavailable

Submission instructions

To assist court staff when filing documents by email, please describe the subject in the subject line as follows:

File number and name; Re: (choose from following modifiers: To be issued; New application (urgent); Pending application; or To be filed)

Paper copies required?
Unavailable
Paper copies - additional info

---

Additional information

See Table 1 of the Queen's Bench Regulations for information on filing fees in the Court of Queen's Bench.

At present, current registry resources are not sufficient to manage unrestricted email filing. Until additional resources or processes can be established to manage the expected increase in unrestricted email filing, email filing is restricted to parties and counsel with deposit accounts whose residence or office is outside of the City in which the judicial centre is located. As well, any document that exceeds 50 pages, including attached exhibits or case authorities, will not be accepted by email for filing, except with the prior permission of the local registrar.

Court of Queen's Bench of Saskatchewan (Criminal Court)
Province
Saskatchewan
E-filing requirement level
Optional
Explanatory web page
https://sasklawcourts.ca/index.php/home/court-of-queen-s-bench/criminal
Last amended
Rule Basis (citation)

Unavailable

Associated practice directive(s)
Documents accepted

Unavailable

Acceptable format(s)

Unavailable

Acceptable formats - additional info

---

Electronic signatures accepted?
Unavailable
Signatures - additional info

---

Submission method

Email

Submission method - additional info

Only those who have a deposit account with the court are permitted to file documents by email. Contact the applicable court registry to set up an account.

Attachment size limit

Unavailable

Submission instructions

To assist court staff when filing documents by email, please describe the subject in the subject line as follows:

File number and name; Re: (choose from following modifiers: To be issued; New application (urgent); Pending application; or To be filed)

Paper copies required?
Unavailable
Paper copies - additional info

---

Additional information

See Table 1 of the Queen's Bench Regulations for information on filing fees in the Court of Queen's Bench.

At present, current registry resources are not sufficient to manage unrestricted email filing. Until additional resources or processes can be established to manage the expected increase in unrestricted email filing, email filing is restricted to parties and counsel with deposit accounts whose residence or office is outside of the City in which the judicial centre is located. As well, any document that exceeds 50 pages, including attached exhibits or case authorities, will not be accepted by email for filing, except with the prior permission of the local registrar.

Court of Queen's Bench of Saskatchewan (Civil Court)
Province
Saskatchewan
E-filing requirement level
Optional
Explanatory web page
https://sasklawcourts.ca/index.php/home/court-of-queen-s-bench/civil
Last amended
Rule Basis (citation)

Unavailable

Associated practice directive(s)
Documents accepted

Unavailable

Acceptable format(s)

Unavailable

Acceptable formats - additional info

---

Electronic signatures accepted?
Unavailable
Signatures - additional info

---

Submission method

Email

Submission method - additional info

Only those who have a deposit account with the court are permitted to file documents by email. Contact the applicable court registry to set up an account.

Attachment size limit

Unavailable

Submission instructions

To assist court staff when filing documents by email, please describe the subject in the subject line as follows:

File number and name; Re: (choose from following modifiers: To be issued; New application (urgent); Pending application; or To be filed)

Paper copies required?
Unavailable
Paper copies - additional info

---

Additional information

See Table 1 of the Queen's Bench Regulations for information on filing fees in the Court of Queen's Bench.

At present, current registry resources are not sufficient to manage unrestricted email filing. Until additional resources or processes can be established to manage the expected increase in unrestricted email filing, email filing is restricted to parties and counsel with deposit accounts whose residence or office is outside of the City in which the judicial centre is located. As well, any document that exceeds 50 pages, including attached exhibits or case authorities, will not be accepted by email for filing, except with the prior permission of the local registrar.

Court of Queen's Bench of Saskatchewan (Family Court)
Province
Saskatchewan
E-filing requirement level
Optional
Explanatory web page
https://sasklawcourts.ca/index.php/home/court-of-queen-s-bench/family
Last amended
Rule Basis (citation)

Unavailable

Associated practice directive(s)
Documents accepted

Unavailable

Acceptable format(s)

Unavailable

Acceptable formats - additional info

---

Electronic signatures accepted?
Unavailable
Signatures - additional info

---

Submission method

Email

Submission method - additional info

Only those who have a deposit account with the court are permitted to file documents by email. Contact the applicable court registry to set up an account.

Attachment size limit

Unavailable

Submission instructions

To assist court staff when filing documents by email, please describe the subject in the subject line as follows:

File number and name; Re: (choose from following modifiers: To be issued; New application (urgent); Pending application; or To be filed)

Paper copies required?
Unavailable
Paper copies - additional info

---

Additional information

See Table 1 of the Queen's Bench Regulations for information on filing fees in the Court of Queen's Bench.

At present, current registry resources are not sufficient to manage unrestricted email filing. Until additional resources or processes can be established to manage the expected increase in unrestricted email filing, email filing is restricted to parties and counsel with deposit accounts whose residence or office is outside of the City in which the judicial centre is located. As well, any document that exceeds 50 pages, including attached exhibits or case authorities, will not be accepted by email for filing, except with the prior permission of the local registrar.

Court of Queen's Bench of Saskatchewan (Criminal Court)
Province
Saskatchewan
E-filing requirement level
Optional
Explanatory web page
https://sasklawcourts.ca/index.php/home/court-of-queen-s-bench/criminal
Last amended
Rule Basis (citation)

Unavailable

Associated practice directive(s)
Documents accepted

Unavailable

Acceptable format(s)

Unavailable

Acceptable formats - additional info

---

Electronic signatures accepted?
Unavailable
Signatures - additional info

---

Submission method

Email

Submission method - additional info

Only those who have a deposit account with the court are permitted to file documents by email. Contact the applicable court registry to set up an account.

Attachment size limit

Unavailable

Submission instructions

To assist court staff when filing documents by email, please describe the subject in the subject line as follows:

File number and name; Re: (choose from following modifiers: To be issued; New application (urgent); Pending application; or To be filed)

Paper copies required?
Unavailable
Paper copies - additional info

---

Additional information

See Table 1 of the Queen's Bench Regulations for information on filing fees in the Court of Queen's Bench.

At present, current registry resources are not sufficient to manage unrestricted email filing. Until additional resources or processes can be established to manage the expected increase in unrestricted email filing, email filing is restricted to parties and counsel with deposit accounts whose residence or office is outside of the City in which the judicial centre is located. As well, any document that exceeds 50 pages, including attached exhibits or case authorities, will not be accepted by email for filing, except with the prior permission of the local registrar.

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