Nova Scotia Court of Appeal

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Court of Appeal
Court of Appeal
Currency date
September 7, 2020
Jurisdiction
Nova Scotia
E-filing requirement level
Strongly encouraged
Explanatory web page
https://courts.ns.ca/Appeal_Court/NSCA_home.htmhttps://courts.ns.ca/Appeal_Court/NSCA_home.htm
Last amended
June 22, 2020
Rule Basis (citation)

Unavailable

Associated practice directive(s)
Documents accepted

All

Acceptable format(s)
  • PDF
  • Word
Acceptable formats - additional info

PDFs must have Optical Character Recognition enabled.

Electronic signatures accepted?
Yes
Signatures - additional info

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Submission method
  • Email
  • USB
Submission method - additional info

Documents must be emailed to appealcourt@courts.ns.ca.

Attachment size limit

Unavailable

Submission instructions

Emails must include the court file number. All documents filed electronically must be individually named in a manner that identifies their contents.


USB flash drives must be labelled with the court file number and can be delivered by mail, courier, or by in-person drop-off at the Law Courts (using the drop bin located at the front doors, or by dropping off with Court Administration when possible).

Paper copies required?
Sometimes
Paper copies - additional info

Paper copies of appeal books, factums, and original sworn affidavits once the provincial state of emergency is concluded.

Additional information
Nova Scotia Court of Appeal
Province
Nova Scotia
E-filing requirement level
Strongly encouraged
Explanatory web page
https://courts.ns.ca/Appeal_Court/NSCA_home.htm
Last amended
June 22, 2020
Rule Basis (citation)

Unavailable

Associated practice directive(s)
Documents accepted

All

Acceptable format(s)
  • PDF
  • Word
Acceptable formats - additional info

PDFs must have Optical Character Recognition enabled.

Electronic signatures accepted?
Yes
Signatures - additional info

---

Submission method
  • Email
  • USB
Submission method - additional info

Documents must be emailed to appealcourt@courts.ns.ca.

Attachment size limit

Unavailable

Submission instructions

Emails must include the court file number. All documents filed electronically must be individually named in a manner that identifies their contents.


USB flash drives must be labelled with the court file number and can be delivered by mail, courier, or by in-person drop-off at the Law Courts (using the drop bin located at the front doors, or by dropping off with Court Administration when possible).

Paper copies required?
Sometimes
Paper copies - additional info

Paper copies of appeal books, factums, and original sworn affidavits once the provincial state of emergency is concluded.

Additional information
Nova Scotia Court of Appeal
Province
Nova Scotia
E-filing requirement level
Strongly encouraged
Explanatory web page
https://courts.ns.ca/Appeal_Court/NSCA_home.htm
Last amended
June 22, 2020
Rule Basis (citation)

Unavailable

Associated practice directive(s)
Documents accepted

All

Acceptable format(s)
  • PDF
  • Word
Acceptable formats - additional info

PDFs must have Optical Character Recognition enabled.

Electronic signatures accepted?
Yes
Signatures - additional info

---

Submission method
  • Email
  • USB
Submission method - additional info

Documents must be emailed to appealcourt@courts.ns.ca.

Attachment size limit

Unavailable

Submission instructions

Emails must include the court file number. All documents filed electronically must be individually named in a manner that identifies their contents.


USB flash drives must be labelled with the court file number and can be delivered by mail, courier, or by in-person drop-off at the Law Courts (using the drop bin located at the front doors, or by dropping off with Court Administration when possible).

Paper copies required?
Sometimes
Paper copies - additional info

Paper copies of appeal books, factums, and original sworn affidavits once the provincial state of emergency is concluded.

Additional information

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