Form F98 "Notice of Appeal From Master, Registrar or Special Referee" - British Columbia, Canada

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The following certificate must be completed by each party to a divorce claim.
PARTY'S CERTIFICATE (Divorce Act (Canada), s. 7.6)
, certify that I am aware of my duties under
By checking this box, I,
sections 7.1 to 7.5 of the Divorce Act (Canada), which say:
7.1 
A person to whom parenting time or decision-making responsibility has been allocated in respect of a
child of the marriage or who has contact with that child under a contact order shall exercise that time,
responsibility or contact in a manner that is consistent with the best interests of the child.
7.2 
A party to a proceeding under this Act shall, to the best of their ability, protect any child of the
marriage from conflict arising from the proceeding.
7.3 
To the extent that it is appropriate to do so, the parties to a proceeding shall try to resolve the matters
that may be the subject of an order under this Act through a family dispute resolution process
7.4 
A party to a proceeding under this Act or a person who is subject to an order made under this Act
shall provide complete, accurate and up-to-date information if required to do so under this Act.
7.5 
For greater certainty, a person who is subject to an order made under this Act shall comply with the
order until it is no longer in effect.
The following certificate must be completed for each party to a divorce
claim who is represented by a legal advisor.
LEGAL ADVISER’S CERTIFICATE (Divorce Act (Canada), S. 7.7 (3))
, legal advisor for
By checking this box, I,
certify that I have complied with section 7.7 of the Divorce Act (Canada), which says:
7.7. (1) Unless the circumstances of the case are of such a nature that it would clearly not be appropriate to
do so, it is the duty of every legal adviser who undertakes to act on a spouse's behalf in a divorce
proceeding
(a) to draw to the attention of the spouse the provisions of this Act that have as their object the
reconciliation of spouses; and
(b) to discuss with the spouse the possibility of the reconciliation of the spouses and to inform the
spouse of the marriage counselling or guidance facilities known to the legal adviser that might be
able to assist the spouses to achieve a reconciliation.
(2) It is also the duty of every legal adviser who undertakes to act on a person's behalf in any
proceeding under this Act
(a) to encourage the person to attempt to resolve the matters that may be the subject of an order
under this Act through a family dispute resolution process, unless the circumstances of the
case are of such a nature that it would clearly not be appropriate to do so;
(b) to inform the person of the family justice services known to the legal adviser that might assist
the person
(i) in resolving the matters that may be the subject of an order under this Act, and
(ii) in complying with any order or decision made under this Act; and
(c)  to inform the person of the parties' duties under this Act.
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