Form 48C.2 "Status Notice: Action Struck From Trial List" - Ontario, Canada

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FORM 48C.2
Courts of Justice Act
STATUS NOTICE: ACTION STRUCK FROM TRIAL LIST
(General heading)
STATUS NOTICE: ACTION STRUCK FROM TRIAL LIST
TO THE PARTIES AND THEIR LAWYERS
1.
According to the records in the court office:
(a)
this action was placed on a trial list and was subsequently struck off: and
(b)
this action was not restored to the trial list within 180 days after being struck off.
2.
AS A RESULT, THIS ACTION SHALL BE DISMISSED FOR DELAY, with costs, unless within 90 days of service of this Notice,
(a)
the action is restored to a trial list;
(b)
the action is terminated by any means;
(c)
documents have been filed in accordance with subrule 48.14(10); or
(d)
a judge or case management master orders otherwise.
NOTE: You may request that the registrar arrange a status hearing to show cause why the action should not be dismissed. Unless the
presiding judge or case management master orders otherwise, a status hearing may be held in writing by filing, at least 7 days before the day
of the hearing, a timetable signed by all the parties to the action that contains the information set out in subrule 48.14(11) and a draft order
establishing the timetable.
NOTE: Unless the court orders otherwise, where the plaintiff is a party under a disability, an action may not be dismissed for delay under rule
48.14 unless the defendant gives notice to the Children's Lawyer or, if the Public Guardian and Trustee is litigation guardian of the plaintiff, to
the Public Guardian and Trustee.
Date
Signed by
Local registrar
Address of
court office
TO (Names and addresses of all lawyers and parties acting in person)
Print Form
RCP-48C-2-E (2008/11)
FORM 48C.2
Courts of Justice Act
STATUS NOTICE: ACTION STRUCK FROM TRIAL LIST
(General heading)
STATUS NOTICE: ACTION STRUCK FROM TRIAL LIST
TO THE PARTIES AND THEIR LAWYERS
1.
According to the records in the court office:
(a)
this action was placed on a trial list and was subsequently struck off: and
(b)
this action was not restored to the trial list within 180 days after being struck off.
2.
AS A RESULT, THIS ACTION SHALL BE DISMISSED FOR DELAY, with costs, unless within 90 days of service of this Notice,
(a)
the action is restored to a trial list;
(b)
the action is terminated by any means;
(c)
documents have been filed in accordance with subrule 48.14(10); or
(d)
a judge or case management master orders otherwise.
NOTE: You may request that the registrar arrange a status hearing to show cause why the action should not be dismissed. Unless the
presiding judge or case management master orders otherwise, a status hearing may be held in writing by filing, at least 7 days before the day
of the hearing, a timetable signed by all the parties to the action that contains the information set out in subrule 48.14(11) and a draft order
establishing the timetable.
NOTE: Unless the court orders otherwise, where the plaintiff is a party under a disability, an action may not be dismissed for delay under rule
48.14 unless the defendant gives notice to the Children's Lawyer or, if the Public Guardian and Trustee is litigation guardian of the plaintiff, to
the Public Guardian and Trustee.
Date
Signed by
Local registrar
Address of
court office
TO (Names and addresses of all lawyers and parties acting in person)
Print Form
RCP-48C-2-E (2008/11)