This fillable " Withdrawal Of Consent To Electronic Service " is a document issued by the Federal Court of Canada specifically for Canada residents.
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Q: What is Form 141B?
A: Form 141B is a legal document used in Canada to withdraw consent to electronic service.
Q: What is electronic service?
A: Electronic service refers to the delivery of legal documents electronically, usually through email.
Q: Why would someone want to withdraw consent to electronic service?
A: Someone may want to withdraw consent to electronic service if they prefer to receive legal documents through traditional mail or in person.
Q: How do I use Form 141B?
A: To use Form 141B, you typically fill out the required information, sign it, and submit it to the appropriate authority or party.
Q: Is Form 141B specific to a certain province or territory in Canada?
A: Form 141B may vary slightly depending on the province or territory, so it's important to use the version specific to your jurisdiction.
Q: Can I use Form 141B to withdraw consent to electronic service in the United States?
A: No, Form 141B is specific to Canada and should not be used for withdrawing consent to electronic service in the United States.
Q: Do I need a lawyer to use Form 141B?
A: While you can typically complete and file Form 141B without a lawyer, it's always a good idea to seek legal advice if you have any concerns or questions.