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Court of Queen's Bench Forms


 

Form 62A
Notice of Appeal from a Master (Or Registrar or Assessment Officer) to a Judge

Form 62A is one of the forms prescribed by the Court as part of the Court of Queen's Bench Rules. Two versions of the form are available.

User-friendly version — in Microsoft Word format.
The user-friendly version is based on the prescribed version and is provided by the Court as a public service. You can fill in the form on a computer and print the completed form, or you can print the form and complete it in handwriting.

When printing the form:

•   use good quality printer paper, 216 mm x 279 mm (8.5" x 11"),

•   print only on one side of the paper.

 

If you complete the form on a computer before printing it:

•   do not change the format in any way,

•   use double spacing between lines,

•   make sure the left hand margin is about 40 mm (1 ½ inches) wide.

 

If you print the form and complete it in handwriting, make sure the handwriting is readable.

 

If the form has a cover page, you must include it.

 

If the form is an affidavit:

•   the font must be size 14,

•   the pages must be numbered,

•   exhibits must be separated by numbered or lettered tabs,

•   the completed form, including exhibits, must be stapled or bound so that pages and exhibits do not become loose or separated.

 

If your form includes a dollar amount, use a decimal point to show dollars and cents (e.g. $250.00).

 

Prescribed version — in WordPerfect format or PDF format.
In many cases, the prescribed version cannot be simply printed for use in court proceedings. It is usually designed as a template with instructions for creating and completing the form as required. For example, a Statement of Claim must be in Form 14A, which requires you to include the general heading in Form 4A and the covering page in Form 4C.

If you create a form based on the prescribed version, the formatting should match the formatting of the user-friendly version and you should follow the instructions provided above for the user-friendly version.

If you need legal advice, call a lawyer or Legal Aid.