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Latest revision as of 13:26, 14 January 2020

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.

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Form F17 Requisition (General) PDF Multi HTML Multi DOC (fillable)
Form F17 Requisition (to Reset a Hearing) PDF
Form F17 Requisition Schedule A (to Avoid Judicial Case Conference) DOC PDF Practice Direction FPD-13
Form F17 Requisition (Search for Withdrawal from Joint Claim) DOC PDF
Form F17 Requisition (Search for Response) DOC PDF

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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 that is 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. Failing to abide by the terms of an order may constitute contempt of court. See "appeal," "consent order," "contempt of court," "decision" and "declaration."

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