Supreme Court of Nova Scotia

Supreme Court of Nova Scotia (Family Division)
Supreme Court of Nova Scotia (Family Division)
Jurisdiction
Nova Scotia
E-filing requirement level
Optional
Explanatory web page
https://www.courts.ns.ca/News_of_Courts/COVID19_Preventative_Measures.htmhttps://www.courts.ns.ca/News_of_Courts/COVID19_Preventative_Measures.htm
Last amended
June 15, 2020
Rule Basis (citation)
Associated practice directive(s)
Documents accepted

All

Acceptable format(s)
Acceptable formats - additional info
Electronic signatures accepted?
Signatures - additional info
Submission method
  • Email
  • Fax
Submission method - additional info
Attachment size limit
Submission instructions
Paper copies required?
No
Paper copies - additional info
Additional information

The feasibility of continuing to accept documents by email will be reassessed at the end of the summer.

Supreme Court of Nova Scotia (General Division)
Supreme Court of Nova Scotia (General Division)
Jurisdiction
Nova Scotia
E-filing requirement level
Not Available
Explanatory web page
Last amended
June 8, 2020
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

The Supreme Court (General Division) resumed normal filing procedures as of June 15, 2020 and is no longer accepting electronic filings.

Supreme Court of Nova Scotia (Family Division)
Province
Nova Scotia
E-filing requirement level
Optional
Explanatory web page
https://www.courts.ns.ca/News_of_Courts/COVID19_Preventative_Measures.htm
Last amended
June 15, 2020
Rule Basis (citation)
Associated practice directive(s)
Documents accepted

All

Acceptable format(s)
Acceptable formats - additional info
Electronic signatures accepted?
Signatures - additional info
Submission method
  • Email
  • Fax
Submission method - additional info
Attachment size limit
Submission instructions
Paper copies required?
No
Paper copies - additional info
Additional information

The feasibility of continuing to accept documents by email will be reassessed at the end of the summer.

Supreme Court of Nova Scotia (General Division)
Province
Nova Scotia
E-filing requirement level
Not Available
Explanatory web page
Last amended
June 8, 2020
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

The Supreme Court (General Division) resumed normal filing procedures as of June 15, 2020 and is no longer accepting electronic filings.

Supreme Court of Nova Scotia (Family Division)
Province
Nova Scotia
E-filing requirement level
Optional
Explanatory web page
https://www.courts.ns.ca/News_of_Courts/COVID19_Preventative_Measures.htm
Last amended
June 15, 2020
Rule Basis (citation)
Associated practice directive(s)
Documents accepted

All

Acceptable format(s)
Acceptable formats - additional info
Electronic signatures accepted?
Signatures - additional info
Submission method
  • Email
  • Fax
Submission method - additional info
Attachment size limit
Submission instructions
Paper copies required?
No
Paper copies - additional info
Additional information

The feasibility of continuing to accept documents by email will be reassessed at the end of the summer.

Supreme Court of Nova Scotia (General Division)
Province
Nova Scotia
E-filing requirement level
Not Available
Explanatory web page
Last amended
June 8, 2020
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

The Supreme Court (General Division) resumed normal filing procedures as of June 15, 2020 and is no longer accepting electronic filings.

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