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I am in a civil claim in Supreme court of BC I just need to

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I am in a civil claim in Supreme court of BC I just need to make sure that I am submitting everything properly in a Trial Record - is it all the evidence I want to present or do I use a trial notebook for that and just have that presented at trial
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Canada Law
Expert:  Tom B. replied 2 years ago.
No the trial record is just to tell the court what has occurred so far as pleadings are concerned. It is under Rule 12-13. It is just a bound document containing the pleadings and orders. Here are all rules...
You will soon have to do a trial brief and trial certificate. All forms are available at....
Here is a helpful guide...
The index is a different matter. At this stage you do not file documents. Ultimately, you will bind all docs you want to produce and submit them in court as exhibits. What the court wants you to do is create an index with a brief description of each document you intend to produce. You supply that to the other side and they may add. Then there is a map of what documents are coming down the pike. Provide a list of all documents you intend to bring to court.
I hope this has assisted.
Expert:  Tom B. replied 2 years ago.
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