Representing Yourself in a Judicial Review
This guide gives an overview of the judicial review process generally, from preparing and filing your petition and affidavit to representing yourself in court. It does not cover getting an interim stay if you are being evicted.View PDF
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- Community Legal Assistance Society (CLAS)
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- last reviewed
- January 2015 i Last date reviewed by a qualified expert to ensure content up-to-date. See "Tips" in Clicklaw content criteria (bottom of pageside menu) for details.
- resource type
- self-help & forms
- judicial review, filling out court forms, preparing court documents, petition, affidavits, preparing an affidavit, petition record, filing court documents, serving court documents, presenting your case in court, court costs, indigent status, indigency, supreme court
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