- Effective March 15, 2021, references to uploading documents to Sync.com have been removed as the court will exclusively use the CaseLines document-sharing platform.
- Effective February 5, 2021, paragraph 2 is amended to specify that affidavits of service should not be uploaded into CaseLines unless service is contested.
Effective January 18, 2021
1. In Commercial and Estates List proceedings that require documents to be submitted to the court:
- Documents must first be filed with the court through the Civil Submissions Online portal (except for bankruptcy matters to be heard by a judge which must be emailed to Toronto.Bankruptcy.Filings@ontario.ca);
- Upon receiving an email invitation from CaseLines, parties will upload documents into the CaseLines document sharing platform in accordance with the Supplementary Notice to the Profession and Litigants in Civil and Family Matters Including Electronic Filings and Document Sharing (CaseLines Pilot) and rule 4.05.3 of the Rules of Civil Procedure.
- Do not upload Affidavits of Service into CaseLines unless service is contested.
Documents uploaded to CaseLines
2. If you are the applicant in a matter with more than 10 parties and/or participants, you are required to login to CaseLines and invite all other parties and participants to the case. View a video tutorial at the following link. Information about adding parties starts at the 4-minute mark. You may wish to review the Frequently Asked Questions about CaseLines for more information about uploading documents.