Ontario government allows all small claims court documents to be filed online
Traditionally, if a person wanted to sue someone in Ontario and that amount fell under $25,000, he or she would have to prepare all the necessary documents and then take the time to go to small claims court to file them.
As of last week, the court has finally entered the Internet era, as the Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General announced all small claims can now be filed online.
Brendan Crawley, a spokesperson for the AG, explained that since small claims court online applications were piloted online in 2014, more than « 20,000 small claims have been filed online, and over 15 per cent of those claims were filed outside regular court hours.”
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Ce contenu a été mis à jour le 11 mai 2016 à 10 h 29 min.