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British Columbia Requisition (Joint Claim for Divorce) Form

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British Columbia Requisition (Joint Claim for Divorce) Form
JP BOYD ON FAMILY LAW: A CLICKLAW WIKIBOOK
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Form F35 (Rule 10-10(2))
Court File No.: number
Court Registry: Town
In the Supreme Court of British Columbia
Claimant 1:
FULL NAME
Claimant 2:
FULL NAME
REQUISTION
Filed by: Full Name, Claimant 1
Full Name, Claimant 2
Required: A final order, without a hearing, in the form attached.
FILED WITH THIS REQUISITION ARE:
! a draft of the order sought;
! proof that the case is an undefended family law case;
! certificate of the registrar in Form F36;
! filing fee.
[Check the following box and file the following with this Requisition unless a Response to Family Claim or Response
to Counterclaim has been filed or unless this case is a joint family law case within the meaning of Rule 2-2 of the
Supreme Court Family Rules.]
" proof of service of the Notice of Family Claim or Counterclaim, as the case may
be.
[Check the following box and file the following document with this Requisition if
(a) the family law case includes a claim for divorce and the Notice of Family Claim, Response to Family Claim,
Counterclaim or Response to Counterclaim identifies a child of the marriage within the meaning of the
Divorce Act (Canada), or
(b) the family law case includes a claim for child support.]
" a Child Support Affidavit in Form F37.
British Columbia Requisition (Joint Claim for Divorce) Form
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