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AR 329/89 PROVINCIAL COURT CIVIL DIVISION REGULATION

(Consolidated up to 139/2014)

ALBERTA REGULATION 329/89

Provincial Court Act

PROVINCIAL COURT CIVIL DIVISION REGULATION

Table of Contents

                1      Definitions

             1.1      Monetary limits

                2      Place of hearing

                3      Entering of judgment


                4      Notice of appeal

                5      Commencement

Definitions

1   In this Regulation,

                               (a)    “Act” means the Provincial Court Act;

                              (b)    “civil claim” means a summons referred to in Part 4 of the Act.

AR 329/89 s1

Monetary limits

1.1   For the purposes of section 9.6(1)(a)(i) of the Act, $50 000 is hereby prescribed as the amount in respect of which the Court has jurisdiction to hear and adjudicate on any claim or counterclaim referred to in section 9.6(1)(a)(i) of the Act.

AR 179/97 s2;251/2001;215/2002;139/2014

Place of hearing

2   When a matter is set for a hearing pursuant to section 27 of the Act, the clerk shall set the hearing at the place where the Court holds regular sittings that in the opinion of the clerk is nearest to either the place where

                               (a)    the defendant or one of the co‑defendants resided or carried on business at the time that the civil claim was issued, or

                              (b)    the cause of action arose. 

AR 329/89 s2;251/2001

Entering of judgment

3   Any judgment obtained under Part 4 of the Act that is to be entered at the Court of Queen’s Bench shall be entered at the judicial centre that is, by road, closest to the court at which the judgment was obtained. 

AR 329/89 s3;164/2010

Notice of appeal

4   Where a judgment is to be appealed pursuant to section 46(1)(a)(i) of the Act, the notice of appeal shall be filed at the judicial centre that is, by road, closest to the court at which the judgment was obtained.

AR 329/89 s4;251/2001;164/2010

Commencement

5   This Regulation comes into force on the day that the Provincial Court Amendment Act, 1989 comes into force.

AR 329/89 s5