Queen’s Bench forms

Queen’s Bench Rules of Court and Forms Amended

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By Kelly Laycock

The Court of Queen’s Bench has amended the Rules of Court and related forms effective April 1, 2017. The amendments include authorizing lawyers to send requests for service directly to foreign countries pursuant to The Hague Convention on Judicial and Extrajudicial Documents, and amending the family law Petition and Answer forms to require additional information concerning other relevant court proceedings and to update the Statement of Lawyer. Please see details in Saskatchewan Gazette, Part I, March 3, 2017.

As a courtesy to our members, the Law Society Library converts the PDF forms into Word documents for easy use. We have completed the conversion, and these documents are now available on the Law Society website. The following forms were affected:

  • Former forms 12-12A, 12-12B, and 12-12C are repealed and replaced by forms 12-12A and 12-12B.
  • Form 15-6 is amended.
  • Form 15-14A is amended.
  • Form 15-15 is amended.
  • Form 16-14 is amended.
  • New form 16-53 is added.

Please note the new format of forms 12-12A and 12-12B, which relate to the Hague Convention. These forms are for international use and so do not contain the QB form numbers on the form.

Revised Queen’s Bench Forms now available in Word

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By Kelly Laycock

Before Christmas we advised our readers that the Saskatchewan Court of Queen’s Bench recently made a number of amendments to their Rules of Court and to their court forms, which can be found in  the Saskatchewan Gazette volume 111 no. 44, Part I. Those amendments came into effect on January 1, 2016.

As a courtesy to our members, the Law Society Library converts the PDF forms into Word documents for easy use. We have completed the conversion, and these documents can now be found on the Law Society website. The official forms can be found in PDF on the Queen’s Printer website.

Rules of Court and Queen’s Bench Forms Amendments

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The Court of Queen’s Bench has made a number of amendments to its Rules of Court and related forms. The amendments come into effect on January 1, 2016. The amendments, include:

  • the requirement that originating applications be issued before they are served;
  • clarification on when issues may be resolved by summary judgment;
  • the requirement  that proof of death (such as  a funeral director’s certificate) be filed with applications for probate and administration;
  • changes to the Application for Grant of Administration form to clarify the basis on which a bond is or is not required;
  • new forms for Application for Case Conference and Appointment for Questioning;
  • as well as formatting amendments to all forms including the removal of the clerk’s stamp.

The rule amendments can be found in Saskatchewan Gazette volume 111 no. 44, Part I (a subsequent correction confirms the effective date of January 1, 2016). The amended forms in PDF can be found on the Queen’s Printer website.

The Law Society Library will be working on providing the amended forms in individual Microsoft Word files.

Queen’s Bench Forms Available in Word Format

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By Melanie Hodges Neufeld

Did you know that the Queen’s Bench forms are available in Word format on the Law Society website?  When the new Queen’s Bench Rules came into effect in 2013, the Law Society Library converted the forms from PDF into Word for ease of use by our members and the public. The Forms are listed by Part and are also available in the original PDF. Find the Forms and other useful resources on the Law Society website Practice Resources page.

Queen’s Bench Forms 2013 (Tip of the Week)

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By Alan Kilpatrick

Did you know that the Queen’s Bench Forms 2013 are conveniently available online, right at your fingertips and on your desktop or mobile device?

You can find the forms, in English and French, in the Practice Resources area of the Law Society of Saskatchewan site.

  • Forms – English | French

The Court of Queen’s Bench provided the forms in a single PDF.  As a courtesy to our members, the Law Society of Saskatchewan Library reformatted the PDF of the English forms into individual PDF and Word documents.

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If you have any questions about the Queen’s Bench forms, please ask a Law Society Librarian. We are pleased to provide legal research assistance to Saskatchewan members in person, on the telephone, or by email.

 

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