Ontario Small Claims Court Practice 2018 + CD

ISBN/ISSN/No. de produit : 978-0-7798-7934-2
Type de produit : Book S.O. + CD-ROM + e-mail
Coût de mise à jour prévu : Annual volumes supplied on standing order subscription
Nombre de pages : Approximately 1500 pages
Nombre de volumes : 1 volume bound + CD-ROM
Reliure : hardcover
Date de publication : 2017-08-15
Éditeur : Carswell
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Ontario Small Claims Court Practice 2018 brings you the latest amendments to the rules and forms of Small Claims Court in Ontario

Ontario Small Claims Court Practice 2018 brings you the latest amendments to the rules and forms of Small Claims Court in Ontario.

A self-help chapter outlines the practicalities of going the small claims route – both for quick references and help in explaining the process to others.

Guides you through the process of bringing or defending a claim, and outlines your options at each stage.

You’ll find a thorough explanation of every aspect of bringing or defending a claim:

  • Fees and costs
  • Going to the right court
  • Flow charts
  • Paralegals
  • Settlement conferences
  • Enforcement proceedings
  • Contempt hearings
  • Orders from other courts and jurisdictions
  • Unrepresented litigants
  • Role of the Judge
  • Accessibility to the Court
  • Court locations throughout Ontario
  • Forms and their proper usage

Bonus for Standing Order Subscribers Practice Advisor for Ontario Small Claims Court Practice will be provided every three months by email to standing order subscribers upon request, at no extra cost.

New in this Edition

  • All amendments to the Small Claims Rules and Forms, to Ontario Gazette Vol. 150:25 (June 24, 2017) which includes O. Reg. 488/16 in force January 1, 2017, except for section 1(1) which amends rule 11.1.01 and which comes into force March 1, 2018
  • Amendments to various regulations made the Administration of Justice Act such as Fee Waiver, O. Reg. 2/05, Superior Court of Justice and Court of Appeal - Fees, O. Reg. 293/92, and Small Claims Court – Fees and Allowances, O. Reg. 332/16
  • "Hot Topics" including:
  • The latest cases on discovery in Small Claims Court
  • Jurisdiction over claims for lawyers’ accounts
  • New full-time Administrative Judge created
  • Writs of Delivery clarified
  • New court fees
  • All significant new court decisions throughout Canada, both reported and unreported, such as:
  • Sennek v. Carleton Condominium Corporation No. 116, 2017 ONCA 154, G. Pardu J.A. (Courts of Justice Act, s. 31)
  • Christoffersen Ltd. v. Neilas Inc., 2016 ONCA 321 (Rules of the Small Claims Court, rule 1.03(2))
  • D’Onofrio v. Advantage Car & Truck Rentals Ltd., 2017 ONCA 5 (Rules of the Small Claims Court, rule 12.02(2))
  • Jadid v. Toronto Transit Commission, 2016 ONCA 936, 2016 ONSC 1176 (Rules of the Small Claims Court, rule 11.2.01)
  • Royal Bank of Canada v. Hussain, 2016 ONCA 637 (Rules of the Small Claims Court, rule 13.03)
  • Addition of substantial and lengthy commentary regarding recent rules amendments, discovery in small claims court, judicial review, default judgments, residential rent arrears, and lawyers’ claims for unpaid accounts
  • Updated list of judges and court contact information
  • Court information sheets on Court Fee Waiver and a Table of Fee Changes and some fee waiver forms such as Fee Waiver Request to Registrar, Clerk or Sheriff and Fee Waiver Request to Court


“The book also covers how to build a better case, how to be better prepared, and where to find a local court. It provides a checklist for trial; offers a preparation list of dos and don’ts, and provides commentary on when and in what circumstances the court may take judicial notice of facts. The volume, which contains well over 1000 pages, includes ready-to-use-forms, charts, and the actual text of the Small Claims Court Rules. Included are legislative amendments with case law to illustrate amendments, as well as information covering bankrupt individuals and how to obtain a bankruptcy record. All in all, this book is an indispensable guide for both the seasoned legal practitioner and lay user of the Small Claims Court.”


From the book review of Ontario Small Claims Court Practice 2016 by Philton Moore (2017 Canadian Law Library Review/Revue canadienne des bibliothèques de droit, Volume/Tome 42, No. 1)

À propos de l'auteur

Marvin A. Zuker was appointed a Justice of the Ontario Court of Justice in 1978.  He retired in December 2016.  He is a graduate of the University of Toronto, Osgoode Hall Law School and the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education.  He holds the rank of Associate Professor at OISE/UT where he has taught Education Law since 1982.


Mr. Zuker is the author and co-author of several books, including Canadian Women and the Law and The Law is Not for Women, co-authored with June Callwood; Ontario Small Claims Court Practice (published since 1981 to the present); Education Law, co-authored with Anthony Brown (4th edition 2007); Consulting Editor, Sexual Misconduct in Education: Prevention, Reporting and Discipline with Grant Bowers and Rena Knox (2d. ed. 2006); and Children’s Law Handbook, Zuker and Kerwin(3rd ed. 2015).  He lectures frequently on a number of education law issues and serves on the Editorial Board of the “Education and Law Journal,” the “Australia and New Zealand Journal of Law and Education,” and “Risk Management in Canadian Education.” He is the co-author of An Educator’s Guide to the Law and the Ontario College of Teachers, published by Canada Law Book in 2013.


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