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Old 02-24-2018, 07:48 AM
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How much time do you give the other party to answer a contempt motion? I don't find anything related to this specifically in the Rules. Because it's special service, is it 30 days like for an Application or is it the normal time you give the respondent to answer a motion?
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Old 02-24-2018, 02:29 PM
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Just like any other motion. I think you have until 2 days before the actual motion date to serve and file your material:

(11.1) No documents for use on the motion may be served or filed after 2 p.m. two days before the motion date. O. Reg. 202/01. s. 4 (3).
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Hello,
How much time do you give the other party to answer a contempt motion? I don't find anything related to this specifically in the Rules. Because it's special service, is it 30 days like for an Application or is it the normal time you give the respondent to answer a motion?
Thank you.
If you have been served with a notice of contempt it is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED that you retain a lawyer. Contempt motions are quasi-criminal and are not something you should do unless you are 1%er in the unrepresented class of people.

You are not in the 1% as you are asking this question.
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