The first nine forms are prescribed as part of the Manitoba Court of Queen's Bench Rules (Criminal), SI/2016-34, a federal regulation.
The remaining forms are not prescribed, but have been approved by the Court for use in court.
The MS Word button is a link to a user-friendly version in Microsoft Word format. See the Court's guidelines for the use of these forms.
|1||Covering page||MS Word|
|3||Notice of Application||MS Word|
|4||Pre-trial Conference Brief||MS Word|
|5||Notice of Motion||MS Word|
|6||Trial Readiness Report||MS Word|
|7||Pre-hearing Conference Report for Dangerous or Long-term Offender Application||MS Word|
|8||Notice of Appeal||MS Word|
|9||Notice of Abandonment||MS Word|
|10||Consent and Acknowledgement of Trial Date||MS Word|
|11||Designation of Counsel||MS Word|
|12||Waiver of Rights Under s. 11(b) of the Charter||MS Word|
|13||Application for Leave to Appeal and Notice of Appeal (POA)||MS Word|
Guidelines for use of forms
The following guidelines apply to the use of these forms, whether you are using the user-friendly MS Word version or creating your own form based on the prescribed form.
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:
• if using the MS Word version, do not change the format,
• if that version is not available and you are creating your own form, make the format similar to the format of the prescribed form,
• use double spacing between lines,
• make sure the left hand margin is about 40 mm (1 ½ inches) wide.
If you complete the form in handwriting, make sure the handwriting is readable.
If the form requires 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).
If you need legal advice, call a lawyer or Legal Aid.