Federal Court of Appeal

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Federal Court of Appeal
Federal Court of Appeal
Currency date
September 5, 2020
Jurisdiction
Federal
E-filing requirement level
Required
Explanatory web page
https://www.fca-caf.gc.ca/fca-caf_eng.htmlhttps://www.fca-caf.gc.ca/fca-caf_eng.html
Last amended
June 15, 2020
Rule Basis (citation)
Associated practice directive(s)
Documents accepted

All

Acceptable format(s)

PDF

Acceptable formats - additional info

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Electronic signatures accepted?
Yes
Signatures - additional info

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Submission method
  • Email
  • OneDrive
Submission method - additional info

The Federal Court of Appeal can currently accommodate the filing of electronic documents via email at FCARegistry-CAFGreffe@cas-satj.gc.ca.

Attachment size limit

25MB (Email Only)

Submission instructions

When sending an email enclosing an electronic document, please ensure that the subject line of your email includes the following:

  • Court file number (if one has already been assigned); and
  • Style of cause (ie. the name of the parties)

In the body of the email, please ensure that you also include:

  • The Registry Office Location in which you would have filed the paper version of the document was if not for the current public health restrictions. Please consult the list of Registry Office Locations; and
  • Type of document being filed

All electronic files are to be named using a short and accurate name that describes the nature of the document. If files are submitted on electronic media, they must be arranged logically in a manner that will facilitate their access.

Paper copies required?
Unavailable
Paper copies - additional info

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Additional information

See Tariff A for a schedule of fees for matters in the Federal Court of Appeal.

Electronic documents exceeding 25 MB can be filed by using OneDrive. A party who wishes to file an electronic document by using OneDrive must request a link to access this platform by email to FCARegistryCAFGreffe@cas-satj.gc.ca. Please ensure that your request includes the court file number, the style of cause (name of the case) and the type of document sought to be filed.


Documents containing confidential information must not be filed electronically by email. If you need to file electronic documents containing confidential information, please contact the Registry via email at Information@fca-caf.gc.ca or phone so that alternate arrangements may be discussed.

Federal Court of Appeal
Province
Federal
E-filing requirement level
Required
Explanatory web page
https://www.fca-caf.gc.ca/fca-caf_eng.html
Last amended
June 15, 2020
Rule Basis (citation)
Associated practice directive(s)
Documents accepted

All

Acceptable format(s)

PDF

Acceptable formats - additional info

---

Electronic signatures accepted?
Yes
Signatures - additional info

---

Submission method
  • Email
  • OneDrive
Submission method - additional info

The Federal Court of Appeal can currently accommodate the filing of electronic documents via email at FCARegistry-CAFGreffe@cas-satj.gc.ca.

Attachment size limit

25MB (Email Only)

Submission instructions

When sending an email enclosing an electronic document, please ensure that the subject line of your email includes the following:

  • Court file number (if one has already been assigned); and
  • Style of cause (ie. the name of the parties)

In the body of the email, please ensure that you also include:

  • The Registry Office Location in which you would have filed the paper version of the document was if not for the current public health restrictions. Please consult the list of Registry Office Locations; and
  • Type of document being filed

All electronic files are to be named using a short and accurate name that describes the nature of the document. If files are submitted on electronic media, they must be arranged logically in a manner that will facilitate their access.

Paper copies required?
Unavailable
Paper copies - additional info

---

Additional information

See Tariff A for a schedule of fees for matters in the Federal Court of Appeal.

Electronic documents exceeding 25 MB can be filed by using OneDrive. A party who wishes to file an electronic document by using OneDrive must request a link to access this platform by email to FCARegistryCAFGreffe@cas-satj.gc.ca. Please ensure that your request includes the court file number, the style of cause (name of the case) and the type of document sought to be filed.


Documents containing confidential information must not be filed electronically by email. If you need to file electronic documents containing confidential information, please contact the Registry via email at Information@fca-caf.gc.ca or phone so that alternate arrangements may be discussed.

Federal Court of Appeal
Province
Federal
E-filing requirement level
Required
Explanatory web page
https://www.fca-caf.gc.ca/fca-caf_eng.html
Last amended
June 15, 2020
Rule Basis (citation)
Associated practice directive(s)
Documents accepted

All

Acceptable format(s)

PDF

Acceptable formats - additional info

---

Electronic signatures accepted?
Yes
Signatures - additional info

---

Submission method
  • Email
  • OneDrive
Submission method - additional info

The Federal Court of Appeal can currently accommodate the filing of electronic documents via email at FCARegistry-CAFGreffe@cas-satj.gc.ca.

Attachment size limit

25MB (Email Only)

Submission instructions

When sending an email enclosing an electronic document, please ensure that the subject line of your email includes the following:

  • Court file number (if one has already been assigned); and
  • Style of cause (ie. the name of the parties)

In the body of the email, please ensure that you also include:

  • The Registry Office Location in which you would have filed the paper version of the document was if not for the current public health restrictions. Please consult the list of Registry Office Locations; and
  • Type of document being filed

All electronic files are to be named using a short and accurate name that describes the nature of the document. If files are submitted on electronic media, they must be arranged logically in a manner that will facilitate their access.

Paper copies required?
Unavailable
Paper copies - additional info

---

Additional information

See Tariff A for a schedule of fees for matters in the Federal Court of Appeal.

Electronic documents exceeding 25 MB can be filed by using OneDrive. A party who wishes to file an electronic document by using OneDrive must request a link to access this platform by email to FCARegistryCAFGreffe@cas-satj.gc.ca. Please ensure that your request includes the court file number, the style of cause (name of the case) and the type of document sought to be filed.


Documents containing confidential information must not be filed electronically by email. If you need to file electronic documents containing confidential information, please contact the Registry via email at Information@fca-caf.gc.ca or phone so that alternate arrangements may be discussed.

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