Difference between revisions of "Form F3 Notice of Family Claim"

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Latest revision as of 13:25, 14 January 2020

Form F3 Notice of Family Claim is a legal document required by the Supreme Court Family Rules to begin a court proceeding, setting out the relief claimed by the claimant and the grounds on which that relief is claimed.

Where to find this form and any examples[edit]

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How to use this form[edit]

See the pages How Do I Start a Family Law Action in the Supreme Court? and Starting a Court Proceeding in a Family Matter in JP Boyd on Family Law.

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A legal document required by the Supreme Court Family Rules to begin a court proceeding, setting out the relief claimed by the claimant and the grounds on which that relief is claimed. See "action," "claim," "claimant," "pleadings" and "relief."

A legal proceeding in which one party sues another for a specific remedy or relief, also called an "action," a "lawsuit," or a "case." A court proceeding for divorce, for example, is a proceeding in which the claimant sues the respondent for the relief of a divorce order.

In law, an order sought by a party to a court proceeding or application, usually as described in their pleadings. Where more than one order or type of order is sought, each order sought is called a "head of relief." See "action," "application" and "pleadings."

The person who starts a court proceeding seeking an order for a specific remedy or relief against another person, the respondent. See "action" and "respondent."

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