Nova Scotia Department of Justice Forms

The Nova Scotia Department of Justice is responsible for upholding the law, maintaining justice, and administering various legal services and programs within the province of Nova Scotia, Canada. This includes overseeing the court systems, law enforcement agencies, and correctional services. The department also provides legal advice to the government and works to ensure public safety and access to justice for all residents of Nova Scotia.

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This document is used for transferring health information in Nova Scotia, Canada.

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This document is for individuals interested in applying for a judicial position in the province of Nova Scotia, Canada.

This document is an application form for the Court Transcriber Certification Program in Nova Scotia, Canada. It is used by individuals who are interested in becoming certified court transcribers in the province.

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This Form is used for applying to become a Commissioner of Oaths in Nova Scotia, Canada.

This document is a summons that is served to an accused individual in Nova Scotia, Canada. It notifies the accused of their required appearance in court for a criminal proceeding.

This type of document is an application form for the Criminal Injuries Counselling Program in Nova Scotia, Canada. It is used to apply for counseling services for victims of crime.

This document is for requesting restitution in Nova Scotia, Canada. It is used to seek compensation for damages or losses incurred.

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This form is used for creating a personal directive in Nova Scotia, Canada. A personal directive allows you to appoint someone to make healthcare and personal decisions on your behalf if you become unable to do so.

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This form is used for individuals wishing to apply for a license as a private investigator and/or private guard in Nova Scotia, Canada.

This Form is used for renewing a business license in Nova Scotia, Canada, specifically for companies providing security services such as private investigation, private guards, and armored vehicle services.

This form is used for terminating or withdrawing from the Private Investigators and Private Guards Act (PIPGA) in Nova Scotia, Canada.

This Form is used for requesting the reinstatement of a license for private investigators and/or private guards in Nova Scotia, Canada. No fee is required for this request.

This form is used for companies in Nova Scotia, Canada to submit a bond of guarantee.

This Form is used for applying for a personal bond in Nova Scotia, Canada. It is used to provide a written guarantee that the person will fulfill their obligations and appear in court when required.

This form is used for applying to become a provincial civil constable in Nova Scotia, Canada, under the Police Services Act.

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This Form is used to subpoena a witness to appear in the Small Claims Court of Nova Scotia, Canada. It is available in French.

This form is used for reporting information breaches in Nova Scotia, Canada.

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This document is used to submit a Community Impact Statement in the province of Nova Scotia, Canada. It allows individuals and organizations to provide information and insights on how a proposed project or development may impact the local community.

This form is used for applying to become an Administrative Justice of the Peace in Nova Scotia, Canada.

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This form is used for authorizing the release of information in Nova Scotia, Canada. It allows individuals to grant permission for their personal information to be shared with specific parties or organizations.

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This document provides guidelines for creating a Community Impact Statement in Nova Scotia, Canada. It outlines the steps and requirements for preparing this type of statement, which can be used to assess the potential impact of certain projects or activities on local communities.

This Form is used for submitting a Victim Impact Statement in accordance with the Occupational Health & Safety Act in Nova Scotia, Canada.

This form is used for victims to provide a statement about the impact of a crime committed by someone who is found not criminally responsible in Nova Scotia, Canada.

This document provides instructions on how to apply for an individual license to become a private investigator and/or private guard in Nova Scotia, Canada. It outlines the required steps and documents needed to complete the application process.

This document is an application for a business license for private investigators and/or private guards in Nova Scotia, Canada. It is used to obtain the necessary authorization to operate a business in these fields in the province.

This form is used for individual license renewal in Nova Scotia, Canada. It is used to request the renewal of a license for various purposes, such as driving, hunting, fishing, or other activities.

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This document is an application for counseling services in Nova Scotia, Canada. It is used to request assistance for various counseling needs such as mental health, relationship issues, or addiction treatment.

This document is used for nominating individuals for the Nova Scotia Police Long Service Medal in Canada.

This document is used for making business requests for private investigators and private guards in Nova Scotia, Canada.

This Form is used for applying to become a judicial candidate in Nova Scotia, Canada.

This type of document is an application form for individuals seeking counselling services in the Criminal Injuries Counselling Program in Nova Scotia, Canada.

This form is used for requesting information for victims of crimes in Nova Scotia, Canada.

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