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Substitutional Service Order (comprehensive) (134 downloads)

Ken Proudman Executive
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   Edmonton, Alberta

Precedent containing various clauses that can be used in relation to substitutional service orders.

If the matter is urgent, it can be useful to have a form of order pre-printed and ready to be signed, or a copy on a USB key so that you can run to the library to print a copy off.

This precedent was first presented at LESA's Family Law: Chambers Advocacy and Practice Pointers seminar on April 21, 2017.

Download Sub Service Order (comprehensive) - DOC file attached - Apr 17, 2017

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1 7 years ago

Lorraine Mlambo
  RLM Law
   Edmonton, Alberta

Comprehensive, it certainly is. Thank you.

2 6 years ago

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