Supreme Court of Prince Edward Island

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Estate Court
Estate Court
Currency date
September 8, 2020
Jurisdiction
Prince Edward Island
E-filing requirement level
Not Available
Explanatory web page
https://www.courts.pe.ca/supreme-courthttps://www.courts.pe.ca/supreme-court
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

The Estate Court does not permit documents to be filed electronically.

Family Court
Family Court
Currency date
October 7, 2020
Jurisdiction
Prince Edward Island
E-filing requirement level
Optional
Explanatory web page
https://www.courts.pe.ca/supreme-courthttps://www.courts.pe.ca/supreme-court
Last amended
October 6, 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
  • Fax
Submission method - additional info

Parties wishing to file documents electronically must complete and attach the Request to File Electronically or by Facsimile form.


Documents may be emailed to scfiling@courts.pe.ca.


Courthouse fax numbers can be found here.

Attachment size limit

Unavailable

Submission instructions

---

Paper copies required?
No
Paper copies - additional info

---

Additional information

See Schedule 1 of the Court Fees Act Fees Regulations for information about filing fees.

The Supreme Court is temporarily allowing documents to be filed by email due to COVID-19. However, parties are still encouraged to use drop boxes for filing whenever possible, particularly when filing a large volume of documents.

General Court
General Court
Currency date
October 7, 2020
Jurisdiction
Prince Edward Island
E-filing requirement level
Optional
Explanatory web page
https://www.courts.pe.ca/supreme-courthttps://www.courts.pe.ca/supreme-court
Last amended
October 6, 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
  • Fax
Submission method - additional info

Parties wishing to file documents electronically must complete and attach the Request to File Electronically or by Facsimile form.


Documents may be emailed to scfiling@courts.pe.ca.


Courthouse fax numbers can be found here.

Attachment size limit

Unavailable

Submission instructions

---

Paper copies required?
No
Paper copies - additional info

---

Additional information

See Schedule 1 of the Court Fees Act Fees Regulations for information about filing fees.

The Supreme Court is temporarily allowing documents to be filed by email due to COVID-19. However, parties are still encouraged to use drop boxes for filing whenever possible, particularly when filing a large volume of documents.

Small Claims Court
Small Claims Court
Currency date
September 8, 2020
Jurisdiction
Prince Edward Island
E-filing requirement level
Not Available
Explanatory web page
https://www.courts.pe.ca/supreme-courthttps://www.courts.pe.ca/supreme-court
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

The Small Claims Court does not permit documents to be filed electronically.

Supreme Court of Prince Edward Island (Estate Court)
Province
Prince Edward Island
E-filing requirement level
Not Available
Explanatory web page
https://www.courts.pe.ca/supreme-court
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

The Estate Court does not permit documents to be filed electronically.

Supreme Court of Prince Edward Island (Family Court)
Province
Prince Edward Island
E-filing requirement level
Optional
Explanatory web page
https://www.courts.pe.ca/supreme-court
Last amended
October 6, 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
  • Fax
Submission method - additional info

Parties wishing to file documents electronically must complete and attach the Request to File Electronically or by Facsimile form.


Documents may be emailed to scfiling@courts.pe.ca.


Courthouse fax numbers can be found here.

Attachment size limit

Unavailable

Submission instructions

---

Paper copies required?
No
Paper copies - additional info

---

Additional information

See Schedule 1 of the Court Fees Act Fees Regulations for information about filing fees.

The Supreme Court is temporarily allowing documents to be filed by email due to COVID-19. However, parties are still encouraged to use drop boxes for filing whenever possible, particularly when filing a large volume of documents.

Supreme Court of Prince Edward Island (General Court)
Province
Prince Edward Island
E-filing requirement level
Optional
Explanatory web page
https://www.courts.pe.ca/supreme-court
Last amended
October 6, 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
  • Fax
Submission method - additional info

Parties wishing to file documents electronically must complete and attach the Request to File Electronically or by Facsimile form.


Documents may be emailed to scfiling@courts.pe.ca.


Courthouse fax numbers can be found here.

Attachment size limit

Unavailable

Submission instructions

---

Paper copies required?
No
Paper copies - additional info

---

Additional information

See Schedule 1 of the Court Fees Act Fees Regulations for information about filing fees.

The Supreme Court is temporarily allowing documents to be filed by email due to COVID-19. However, parties are still encouraged to use drop boxes for filing whenever possible, particularly when filing a large volume of documents.

Supreme Court of Prince Edward Island (Small Claims Court)
Province
Prince Edward Island
E-filing requirement level
Not Available
Explanatory web page
https://www.courts.pe.ca/supreme-court
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

The Small Claims Court does not permit documents to be filed electronically.

Supreme Court of Prince Edward Island (Estate Court)
Province
Prince Edward Island
E-filing requirement level
Not Available
Explanatory web page
https://www.courts.pe.ca/supreme-court
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

The Estate Court does not permit documents to be filed electronically.

Supreme Court of Prince Edward Island (Family Court)
Province
Prince Edward Island
E-filing requirement level
Optional
Explanatory web page
https://www.courts.pe.ca/supreme-court
Last amended
October 6, 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
  • Fax
Submission method - additional info

Parties wishing to file documents electronically must complete and attach the Request to File Electronically or by Facsimile form.


Documents may be emailed to scfiling@courts.pe.ca.


Courthouse fax numbers can be found here.

Attachment size limit

Unavailable

Submission instructions

---

Paper copies required?
No
Paper copies - additional info

---

Additional information

See Schedule 1 of the Court Fees Act Fees Regulations for information about filing fees.

The Supreme Court is temporarily allowing documents to be filed by email due to COVID-19. However, parties are still encouraged to use drop boxes for filing whenever possible, particularly when filing a large volume of documents.

Supreme Court of Prince Edward Island (General Court)
Province
Prince Edward Island
E-filing requirement level
Optional
Explanatory web page
https://www.courts.pe.ca/supreme-court
Last amended
October 6, 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
  • Fax
Submission method - additional info

Parties wishing to file documents electronically must complete and attach the Request to File Electronically or by Facsimile form.


Documents may be emailed to scfiling@courts.pe.ca.


Courthouse fax numbers can be found here.

Attachment size limit

Unavailable

Submission instructions

---

Paper copies required?
No
Paper copies - additional info

---

Additional information

See Schedule 1 of the Court Fees Act Fees Regulations for information about filing fees.

The Supreme Court is temporarily allowing documents to be filed by email due to COVID-19. However, parties are still encouraged to use drop boxes for filing whenever possible, particularly when filing a large volume of documents.

Supreme Court of Prince Edward Island (Small Claims Court)
Province
Prince Edward Island
E-filing requirement level
Not Available
Explanatory web page
https://www.courts.pe.ca/supreme-court
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

The Small Claims Court does not permit documents to be filed electronically.

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