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What happens after I have given the court forms to the landlord?

by Guest773  |  6 years, 8 month(s) ago

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What happens after I have given the court forms to the landlord?

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    He or she then has an opportunity to file a Dispute Note with the court to defend the claim. If a Dispute Note is not filed within 20 days of the court action papers being served, you can ask the court office to issue an order that the landlord should pay you the amount you have claimed. A form called Requesting Default Judgment is available at www.albertacourts.ab.ca. If the amount you have claimed is a straightforward debt, the court office can issue the order. If the amount you have claimed is more complicated, you will be given an appointment in court with a judge.

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