Civil Motions Information – Central West

LOCATIONS DAYS CONTACT NAME(S) AND NUMBER(S) LONG MOTIONS SHORT MOTIONS OTHER INFORMATION
Brampton Short/regular motions:
Tuesday, Thursday, FridayLong motions:
Wednesdays and select Mondays
Motions Clerk
Ph. (905) 456-4872;
Fax (905) 456-4879Email:  scjtrialoffice
Brampton
@ontario.ca
Over 1 hour Under 1 hour Short/regular motions: Central West Region confirmation forms must be faxed/emailed to the court office by 2 pm, 3 business days before the motion. Facta for short/regular motions are encouraged.

Long motions: Counsel and litigants are advised that in order to schedule and secure a long motion date with the Superior Court at Brampton, upon being provided with such a motion date by the court, counsel and litigants shall secure the motion date given to them by first booking with the trial office verbally then by serving and filing the notice of motion within 10 calendar days following the scheduling of the date.

In the event no such notice of motion is filed as required, the motion date will be vacated and the proposed motion will be removed from the court schedule.

Facta, not exceeding 20 pages, are required for all long civil motions, unless otherwise directed by a judge, to be filed 7 days prior. Counsel and litigants are strongly encouraged to fax/email Central West Region confirmation forms to the court office by 2 pm, 5 days before a long motion, to facilitate scheduling and preparation time.

Guelph Short/regular motions:
TuesdaysLong motions:
Select Mondays
Client Services Rep.
Ph. (519) 824-4100
Fax (519) 824-4435
Over 1 hour Under 1 hour Facta, not exceeding 20 pages, are required for all long civil motions, unless otherwise directed by a judge, to be filed 7 days prior. Facta for regular motions are encouraged.
Counsel and litigants are strongly encouraged to fax Central West Region confirmation sheets to the trial office by 2 pm, 5 days before a long motion, to facilitate scheduling and preparation time. Central West Region confirmation sheets must be faxed to the trial office by 2 pm, 3 business days before the motion.
Milton Short/regular motions:
Wednesday, ThursdayLong motions:
Mondays (except 2nd Monday of each month) and Tuesdays
Client Services Rep.
Ph. (905) 878-7281, ext. 3600
Fax (905) 693-3038
Ph. (905) 693-3082
Fax (905) 864-4211
Over 1 hour Under 1 hour Short/regular motions:  confirmation forms must be faxed to the court office by 2 pm, 3 business days before the motion.

Long motions:  To book a long motion you must call 905-878-7281, ext. 3600 for available dates and fax a letter to book the date.  A Notice of Motion with payment must be filed within 10 days of booking the long motion with the Trial Coordinators office.  A long motion must be confirmed no later than three weeks prior to the date the motion is to be heard, and all material (motion record, factum) must be filed by the moving party by that date. Counsel and parties will be advised of this requirement at the time the motion is booked.

If the material and the confirmation are not filed at least three weeks in advance of the date the motion is to be heard, the motion will be removed from the list and will not be heard.  If possible, the time can be used to hear another motion by arrangement with the trial office.

Orangeville Short/regular motions:
3 Mondays per monthLong motions:
1 Monday per month
Short/regular motions:
Client Services Rep.
Ph. (519) 941-5802, ext. 346
Fax (519) 941-5724Long motions:
Ph. (519) 941-2991
Fax (519) 941-5724
Over 1 hour Under 1 hour Short/regular motions: confirmation forms must be faxed to the court office by 2 pm, 3 business days before the motion.

Long motions:  A Notice of Motion, with payment, must be filed within 10 days of booking the long motion with the Trial Coordinators office.  A long motion must be confirmed no later than three weeks prior to the date the motion is to be heard.  All material must be filed by the moving party by that date, including the Factum.  The litigant, or counsel, as the case may be, will be advised of this requirement at the time the motion is booked. If the material and the confirmation are not filed in accordance with these timelines, the motion will be removed from the list and will not be heard.  If possible, the time can be used to hear another motion by arrangement with the trial office.

Only one adjournment on consent will be allowed by way of confirmation. All other adjournments will require a judge’s order.

Owen Sound Short/regular motions:
WednesdaysLong motions:
As assigned by the Trial Coordinator on Thursdays
Client Services Rep.
Ph. (519) 370-2431;
Fax (519) 370-2452Long motions –
Trial Coordinator
Ph. (519) 370-2445;
Fax (519) 370-2454
Over 1 hour Under 1 hour Short/regular motions: Confirmation forms must be faxed to the court office by 2 pm, 3 business days before the motion.

Long motions:

In Owen Sound and Walkerton, a long motion must be confirmed no later than three weeks prior to the date the motion is to be heard.  The moving party’s factum must be served and filed four weeks prior to the hearing date.  The respondent’s factum must be served and filed three weeks prior to the hearing date. The litigant, or counsel, as the case may be, will be advised of this requirement at the time the motion is booked.

If the moving party`s factum and the confirmation are not filed in accordance with these timelines, the motion will be removed from the list and will not be heard.  If possible, the time can be used to hear another motion by arrangement with the trial office.

The respondent`s failure to file its factum in accordance with these timelines will be addressed by the judge hearing the long motion.

Any request to adjourn a long motion, even if on consent, must be made by Notice of Motion, with a supporting Affidavit, returnable on the earliest available regular motions date.

Walkerton Short/regular motions:
FridaysLong motions:
As assigned by the Trial Coordinator on Thursdays
Client Services Rep.
Ph. (519) 881-1052
Fax (519) 881-0347Long motions –
Trial Coordinator
Ph. (519) 370-2445;
Fax (519) 370-2454
Over 1 hour Under 1 hour Short/regular motions:  Confirmation forms must be faxed to the court office by 2 pm, 3 business days before the motion.

Long motions:

In Owen Sound and Walkerton, a long motion must be confirmed no later than three weeks prior to the date the motion is to be heard.  The moving party’s factum must be served and filed four weeks prior to the hearing date.  The respondent’s factum must be served and filed three weeks prior to the hearing date. The litigant, or counsel, as the case may be, will be advised of this requirement at the time the motion is booked.

If the moving party`s factum and the confirmation are not filed in accordance with these timelines, the motion will be removed from the list and will not be heard.  If possible, the time can be used to hear another motion by arrangement with the trial office.

The respondent`s failure to file its factum in accordance with these timelines will be addressed by the judge hearing the long motion.

Any request to adjourn a long motion, even if on consent, must be made by Notice of Motion, with a supporting Affidavit, returnable on the earliest available regular motions date.