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Saskatchewan Case Law, and
COVID-19 Update – Provincial Court
April 30, 2020
Small Claims Court Update April 29, 2020
Effective immediately, Small Claims Court will start to hear certain matters by telephone and other electronic means. These will include First Appearances, Case Management Conferences, Applications to set aside Default Judgments and other interim applications, but will not include matters which have been set down for trial.
If your matter requires you to file an affidavit and it is not possible for you to have it sworn, you may file it with the Court in an unsworn manner – but when your matter is heard, you will be required to swear to, or affirm, its contents.