The document which sets out the details of a claim made by person in a court actionâ€¢ Civil Courts
A written statement filed by the plaintiff that initiates a civil case, stating the wrongs allegedly committed by the defendant and requesting relief from the court.
a list of allegations that have not been proven in court, but simply stated by the person who launches the lawsuit
an originating process in the Court of Queen's Bench that is used when one party is suing another party
a pleading in civil law proceedings where the Plaintiff alleges the facts relied upon in support of the relief or remedy claimed; the document which commences an action or "law suit";
An approved Court Form to commence an Action
This is the name of the court document that starts a lawsuit. It will basically set out a list of the important facts, and the nature of the claims being made
A document that starts a court action unless stated otherwise in the Rules of Court or legislation. See Rules of Court: Rule 6(1).
The plaintiff's pleading which sets out the relief claimed and the facts that support the claim for relief. The statement of claim contains facts, but not the evidence used to prove them. This document is issued by the court and must be served personally on the defendants or by alternative to personal service within six months of issuance.
A written statement by a plaintiff detailing the facts which support the claim against the defendant and the relief sought.