Step 8 – Scheduling the Application Hearing

 
This step in necessary when contested hearings are not resolved by case conference or pre-trial conference.
 
If access issues cannot be resolved at a case conference or pre-trial conference, you may request a hearing in court in front of another judge.
 
The contested hearing date may be scheduled by the judge at a case conference or pre-trial conference or given at a later time.
 
Once a date is given, this information and an Application Brief must be filed and served on the other parties. Note that Form 70R (Motion Brief) is used to prepare an Application Brief. For the Queen’s Bench Rules applying to Motion Briefs/Application Briefs, see Appendix T.
 
To view a sample (blank), see Appendix U.
To view a sample (completed), see Appendix V.