Requisitions in Supreme Court

The purpose of a requisition is to make a request to the court or court registry. In most cases, you do not have to appear in front of a judge or master to make your request. This guidebook tells you when you need to use a requisition and provides examples of two completed requisitions (Form 17).

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Justice Education Society of BC
produced in
2010
last reviewed
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resource type
self-help & forms
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Supreme Court, Supreme Court Self-Help Guidebook series, Supreme Court Civil Rules, court forms, requisitions, presenting your case in court, representing yourself