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Electronic versions of forms under the Rules of Civil Procedure, R.R.O. 1990, Regulation 194, are available through this website link below in HTML or Adobe and Microsoft Word formats.
R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 194: RULES OF CIVIL PROCEDURE
Electronic versions of forms under the Family Law Rules, O. Reg. 114/99, are available through this website link below in a viewable (Adobe PDF) and fillable (Microsoft Word) format. Both formats are printable.
O. Reg. 114/99: FAMILY LAW RULES
Electronic versions of forms under the Rules of the Small Claims Court, O. Reg. 258/98, are available through this website link below in a viewable (Adobe PDF) and fillable (Microsoft Word) format. Both formats are printable.
O. Reg. 258/98: RULES OF THE SMALL CLAIMS COURT
The Department of Justice supports the Minister of Justice and the Attorney General of Canada. The administration of justice is an area of shared jurisdiction between the federal government and the provinces and territories.
The Supreme Court of Canada is Canada’s final court of appeal. It serves Canadians by deciding legal issues of public importance, thereby contributing to the development of all branches of law applicable within Canada.
Deals with cases in a broad range of areas of federal jurisdiction, including national security law, intellectual property law, maritime law, aboriginal law, and administrative law, which includes the vast area of immigration law.
The Superior Court of Justice has jurisdiction over criminal, civil, and family cases, and is the largest superior trial court in Canada. The Divisional Court, Small Claims Court, and Family Court are all branches of the Superior Court of Justice
The Court of Appeal for Ontario is located in historic Osgoode Hall in downtown Toronto. The Court is composed of the Chief Justice of Ontario, the Associate Chief Justice of Ontario and 29 other judges including regular and supernumerary judges.
The Ontario Court of Justice is one of two trial courts in Ontario (together with the Superior Court of Justice) that make up the Court of Ontario. The Ontario Court of Justice is composed of provincially appointed judges and justices of the peace.
The Ministry of the Attorney General is responsible for providing a fair and accessible justice system.
The Judicial Structure
Superior Court of Justice
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