The following form has been added:
- Request payment out of court [LL-WA-SCA-0019]
The following form has been added:
The following forms have been created:
The following forms have been updated regarding WA Supreme Court Corporations Rules changes:
The following forms have been updated:
The Western Australian Magistrates Court Civil forms have been reviewed and minor changes were made to the following forms:
We have recently added a new feature called Table relations to WA Litigation matter types
Card table relations have been implemented for the following WA Litigation matter types which will enable all related cards to be linked together:
Debt Recovery – Magistrates Court
District Court Litigation
Magistrates Court Litigation
Supreme Court Litigation
Supreme Court Appeal
Table relations provide smart association of related parties and/or relevant data through both cards and tables to ensure matter types are easier to complete.
Some common Litigation table relations include Defendant and Defendant’s Solicitor.
This is particularly helpful in Litigation matter types when there is more than one Other side and Other side’s Solicitor, it is now easy to identify which Solicitor belongs with which Other side.
Some of these card tables are not Standard tables but are available in Other possible tables and when added to the matter through edit table types will link with the relevant related card or table.
If required, you can also edit table relations per matter by right clicking on the Matter Details and selecting Edit Table relations, you will then be presented with a list of relations to un-associate – simply untick any tables you wish to unlink.
Details are also available on the Help Centre.
The following new Court book cover pages have been created in the relevant litigation LEAP Forms folders:
These cover pages can be used when compiling court books, appeal books, tender books and trial bundles. You can also use BundlePro to assist in compiling these books and bundles.
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The following form has been updated:
As a result of the amended Magistrates Court (Civil Procedure) Rules 2005 and the Magistrates Court (Minor Case Procedure) Rules 2005 (Rules of Court) changes have been made to the WA Magistrates Court Civil forms.
To reflect these changes, forms made under the previous Rules of Court will be available under the Magistrates Court – Civil Matters commenced prior to 1 June 2020 folder. Please note that these forms are for “transitional cases” – cases that have been commenced but have not concluded by 1 June 2020. For ease of identifying forms for Civil Matters commenced prior to 1 June 2020, the form numbers assigned to these forms have the suffix “pre-1 June 2020”.
Forms that apply to cases commenced after 1 June 2020 are located under the Magistrates Court – Civil Matters commenced on or after 1 June 2020 folder. The new forms are as follows:
The following Magistrates Court Civil forms have been updated: