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Old 12-12-2016, 11:05 AM
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Default Do I need consent for late service from all parties to file brief ?

Hi all,

so I was late in serving a SC brief. Both the OCL and the STBX's lawyer were served. The OCL has consented to the late service but STBX's lawyer not.

In order to file, do I need both parties to consent ?

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In order to file, do I need both parties to consent ?
Yes. If a document was served late you need one of:
1 - consent of all parties; or
2 - leave of the court (ie, an order); or
3 - an inattentive clerk.
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