Product details

Publisher: 
Carswell
Practice area: 
Family law
Jurisdiction: 
Ontario
Publication date: 
2022-12-15
Carswell

McLeod's Ontario Family Law Rules Annotated, 2022-2023, Print and ProView eBook

Availability: Partial Stock

A portable reference to the rules, the forms and expert commentary with helpful finding tools such as detailed table of contents and index, tabs, a flowchart displaying procedural steps and contact information for all Courts where the Family Law Rules apply. McLeod's Ontario Family Law Rules Annotated is a must-have for the busy family law practitioner practising in courts where the Ontario Family Law Rules apply.

New in the 2023 Edition:


The 2022-2023 Edition of McLeod’s Ontario Family Law Rules Annotated updates case law and reflects amendments made to the Ontario Family Law Rules from August 2021 to August 2022. While many matters are resuming in the physical courtrooms of Ontario, other positive adaptations have taken place as a consequence of the pandemic and its response. While conferences, long motions, and trials are now presumptively taking place in the courtroom, child protection lists as well as short motions in most courts remain online and appear likely to indefinitely.


Over the last year, there have been a number of changes to the Family Law Rules, several of which directly reflect the transition to electronic means of document handling and appearances. Additional changes have been made to help families secure timely justice. Changes include:

  • The removal, in rule 1.1(15) of fax as a method of communication or for filing material with the court.
  • New rule 8.0.1 providing for automatic disclosure orders upon the issuance of proceedings in certain claims, or filing of responding materials.
  • Changes to rule 13(12) providing that financial statement updates are required before conferences if prior statements are more than 60 days old.
  • Changes to form 14B to clarify the appropriate use of these motions and timelines to respond.
  • Changes to rule 15 providing for a more streamlined process for motions to change.
  • The addition of rule 17(3.1) requiring parties to confer or make their best efforts to confer before any conference.


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Carswell

McLeod's Ontario Family Law Rules Annotated, 2022-2023, Print and ProView eBook

Description

A portable reference to the rules, the forms and expert commentary with helpful finding tools such as detailed table of contents and index, tabs, a flowchart displaying procedural steps and contact information for all Courts where the Family Law Rules apply. McLeod's Ontario Family Law Rules Annotated is a must-have for the busy family law practitioner practising in courts where the Ontario Family Law Rules apply.

New in the 2023 Edition:


The 2022-2023 Edition of McLeod’s Ontario Family Law Rules Annotated updates case law and reflects amendments made to the Ontario Family Law Rules from August 2021 to August 2022. While many matters are resuming in the physical courtrooms of Ontario, other positive adaptations have taken place as a consequence of the pandemic and its response. While conferences, long motions, and trials are now presumptively taking place in the courtroom, child protection lists as well as short motions in most courts remain online and appear likely to indefinitely.


Over the last year, there have been a number of changes to the Family Law Rules, several of which directly reflect the transition to electronic means of document handling and appearances. Additional changes have been made to help families secure timely justice. Changes include:

  • The removal, in rule 1.1(15) of fax as a method of communication or for filing material with the court.
  • New rule 8.0.1 providing for automatic disclosure orders upon the issuance of proceedings in certain claims, or filing of responding materials.
  • Changes to rule 13(12) providing that financial statement updates are required before conferences if prior statements are more than 60 days old.
  • Changes to form 14B to clarify the appropriate use of these motions and timelines to respond.
  • Changes to rule 15 providing for a more streamlined process for motions to change.
  • The addition of rule 17(3.1) requiring parties to confer or make their best efforts to confer before any conference.


About Thomson Reuters ProView

ProView is the way to read Thomson Reuters eBooks and eLooseleafs, published primarily for legal, accounting, human resources, and tax professions. The Thomson Reuters ProView web-based application is accessed via your browser. With the new ProView web app, offline capability is now available from your browser. The web application has a responsive design and is compatible with desktop, laptop and mobile devices.