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New procedure for commissioning affidavits remotely

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Barr Picard Law (Alberta. Joined 2017)

See https://albertacourts.ca/qb/resources/announcements/npp-remote-commissioning-of-affidavits?utm_source=QB+Announcements&utm_medium=newsletter&utm_campaign=Announcement+from+the+Court+of+Queen%27s+Bench+of+Alberta

You'll probably want to learn how to screenshot.

Skype is probably the simplest video method, unless you're already setting up a professional videoconferencing service such as Zoom or Google Meet.


0 15 days ago

Anonymous
(Alberta. Joined 2018)

What do we think of this for compliance with Paragraph 1:

The Deponent was not physically present before the Commissioner but was linked with the Commissioner utilizing video technology. The Commissioner followed the process described in the Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench Notice to the Profession “Remote Commissioning of Affidavits for use in Civil and Family Proceedings During the COVID-19 Pandemic”


1 15 days ago

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