Form F17 Requisition (General)
Form F17 Requisition (General) is a prescribed form under the Supreme Court Family Rules. A Form F17 Requisition is called for in numerous contexts, and the information to include will vary depending on the specific context. Some applications are made by Requisition along with a supporting by letter. For convenience the Supreme Court issued Practice Direction FPD-13, which provides a variation of the usual Form F17 Requisition that a party can use instead of providing a separate letter setting out the reasons why the order is sought. FPD-13 replaced the older FPD-2 in December 2015. The example provided uses an application to set aside a Judicial Case Conference to demonstrate. Be careful to ensure you view an example that is appropriate for your needs.
Where to find this form and any examples
The following are links to blank versions of this form, plus examples for particular contexts:
|Form F17||Requisition (General)||Multi||HTML||Multi||DOC (fillable)|
|Form F17||Requisition (to Reset a Hearing)|
|Form F17||Requisition Schedule A (to Avoid Judicial Case Conference)||DOC||Practice Direction FPD-13|
|Form F17||Requisition (Search for Withdrawal from Joint Claim)||DOC|
|Form F17||Requisition (Search for Response)||DOC|
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In law, a person named as an applicant, claimant, respondent or third party in a court proceeding; someone asserting a claim in a court proceeding or against whom a claim has been brought. See "action" and "litigant."
A mandatory direction of the court, binding and enforceable upon the parties to a court proceeding. An "interim order" is a temporary order made following the hearing of an interim application. A "final order" is a permanent order, made following the trial of the court proceeding or the parties' settlement, following which the only recourse open to a dissatisfied party is to appeal. See "appeal," "consent order," "decision" and "declaration."