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Chamber applications

Magistrates Court - Civil

A chamber application is made to the court for an order in a civil proceeding.

For example, you may have asked the other party to provide more details about their pleadings but they refuse. You can make a chamber application to the court for an order that they supply those particulars.

There are different types of chamber applications including:

  • originating application
  • application not on notice
  • application on notice.

A chamber application consists of either a Form 9 – Application (UCPR) or a Form 5 - Originating Application (UCPR), along with a Form 46 - Affidavit (UCPR).

The application is the order you want the magistrate to make and the affidavit outlines the reasons you want the magistrate to grant your application.

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The Civil Registry is open 9:00am to 4:00pm Monday to Friday (except for public and court holidays).

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