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Old 06-15-2017, 12:52 PM
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my local CAS office is presently taking over 9 months just to release records.
That is unconscionable, speak to the ombudsman about it.

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I am not sure if that is transparent across all Ontario Court of Justice courts across Ontario.
Each courthouse is run depending on how the local administrative judge or trial coordinator decides. There are jurisdictions where an access motion is heard between two bankruptcy motions, because all non-criminal cases share the same motion slots. There are jurisdictions where you can get a motion scheduled any Monday or Wednesday, as long as you serve material 4 days before and file/confirm 2 days before. There are jurisdictions where short motions take 6 months to be scheduled, with all material filed when the date is set, so every motion has material out of date by 6 months.
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