Provincial Court Civil provides Albertans with simpler, less expensive ways to resolve disputes. This simpler process means that it is not necessary to be represented by a lawyer in Court. It is your choice to hire a lawyer or agent to assist you through various stages in this process of matters concerning:
Do you agree with the allegations made against you in the Civil Claim served on you? You may agree with some or all and there is something you can do about it. You may file a Dispute explaining what and why with or without a Counterclaim.
Are you disputing one of these?
A Demand Letter is sent out to request payment or action, which is in default, from another party. Before suing, you may give a written demand letter to the other party. This demand letter includes the reasons why the money is owed and a deadline to settle or make payment.
In Alberta Garnishment is the process of collecting on a debt after it has been awarded by the courts. This is a form of post judgment debt collection. A third party is served notice by a court to surrender money in settlement of a debt or claim. Contact us to find out who that third party might be.
Landlords and tenants have rights and obligations under the Residential Tenancies Act or the Mobile Home Site Tenancies Act. Are you determined to go to court or have you considered other means of resolving your differences. Ask us to point you in the direction of a possible alternative dispute resolution...
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