Supreme Court of Newfoundland and Labrador

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Family Division
Family Division
Currency date
September 8, 2020
Jurisdiction
Newfoundland & Labrador
E-filing requirement level
Not Available
Explanatory web page
https://court.nl.ca/supreme/family/index.htmlhttps://court.nl.ca/supreme/family/index.html
Last amended
Rule Basis (citation)
Associated practice directive(s)
Documents accepted
Acceptable format(s)
Acceptable formats - additional info
Electronic signatures accepted?
Signatures - additional info
Submission method
Submission method - additional info
Attachment size limit
Submission instructions
Paper copies required?
Paper copies - additional info
Additional information

As of June 8th, the Supreme Court is no longer accepting documents for filing by email.

General Division
General Division
Currency date
September 8, 2020
Jurisdiction
Newfoundland & Labrador
E-filing requirement level
Not Available
Explanatory web page
https://court.nl.ca/supreme/general/index.htmlhttps://court.nl.ca/supreme/general/index.html
Last amended
Rule Basis (citation)
Associated practice directive(s)
Documents accepted
Acceptable format(s)
Acceptable formats - additional info
Electronic signatures accepted?
Signatures - additional info
Submission method
Submission method - additional info
Attachment size limit
Submission instructions
Paper copies required?
Paper copies - additional info
Additional information

As of June 8th, the Supreme Court is no longer accepting documents for filing by email.

Supreme Court of Newfoundland and Labrador (Family Division)
Province
Newfoundland & Labrador
E-filing requirement level
Not Available
Explanatory web page
https://court.nl.ca/supreme/family/index.html
Last amended
Rule Basis (citation)
Associated practice directive(s)
Documents accepted
Acceptable format(s)
Acceptable formats - additional info
Electronic signatures accepted?
Signatures - additional info
Submission method
Submission method - additional info
Attachment size limit
Submission instructions
Paper copies required?
Paper copies - additional info
Additional information

As of June 8th, the Supreme Court is no longer accepting documents for filing by email.

Supreme Court of Newfoundland and Labrador (General Division)
Province
Newfoundland & Labrador
E-filing requirement level
Not Available
Explanatory web page
https://court.nl.ca/supreme/general/index.html
Last amended
Rule Basis (citation)
Associated practice directive(s)
Documents accepted
Acceptable format(s)
Acceptable formats - additional info
Electronic signatures accepted?
Signatures - additional info
Submission method
Submission method - additional info
Attachment size limit
Submission instructions
Paper copies required?
Paper copies - additional info
Additional information

As of June 8th, the Supreme Court is no longer accepting documents for filing by email.

Supreme Court of Newfoundland and Labrador (Family Division)
Province
Newfoundland & Labrador
E-filing requirement level
Not Available
Explanatory web page
https://court.nl.ca/supreme/family/index.html
Last amended
Rule Basis (citation)
Associated practice directive(s)
Documents accepted
Acceptable format(s)
Acceptable formats - additional info
Electronic signatures accepted?
Signatures - additional info
Submission method
Submission method - additional info
Attachment size limit
Submission instructions
Paper copies required?
Paper copies - additional info
Additional information

As of June 8th, the Supreme Court is no longer accepting documents for filing by email.

Supreme Court of Newfoundland and Labrador (General Division)
Province
Newfoundland & Labrador
E-filing requirement level
Not Available
Explanatory web page
https://court.nl.ca/supreme/general/index.html
Last amended
Rule Basis (citation)
Associated practice directive(s)
Documents accepted
Acceptable format(s)
Acceptable formats - additional info
Electronic signatures accepted?
Signatures - additional info
Submission method
Submission method - additional info
Attachment size limit
Submission instructions
Paper copies required?
Paper copies - additional info
Additional information

As of June 8th, the Supreme Court is no longer accepting documents for filing by email.

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