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Category: COVID-19

Provincial Court – TRAFFIC COURT AND CONTRAVENTIONS ACT CASES

Traffic Court matters, including Contraventions Act cases, scheduled during the month of October 2020 in St. John’s will not proceed at this time. Parties with scheduled cases will receive written notification of their rescheduled Court date. Alternatively, please visit the Court’s website for the new date at https://docket.court.nl.ca. Enquiries can be made to the St....

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Homewood Health – Back to School

Back to School – Additional Support for Your Child Back-to-school previously signaled a time of renewal and change, exciting most students and families as they prepared for the new school year. In 2020, that excitement has been coupled with anxiety and in some instances fear for parents, kids, teachers and others who work in and...

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Update – Court of Appeal

Re: Court of Appeal Hearings – Fall 2020 Issued: September 16, 2020 This Notice replaces all previous COVID-19 Notices posted on the Court of Appeal website. In response to the public health emergency caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Court of Appeal of Newfoundland and Labrador remains committed to ensuring access to justice is maintained...

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Law Library PHASED RE-OPENING Notice

On Monday, September 21st, the Law Society Law Library will be re-opening our onsite members/authorized secondary clientele research services in a limited, appointment-only capacity. With the health and safety of our members and staff as our top priority, we are complying with public health order directives including social distancing and cleaning requirements. As a result,...

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Library Services Update

We are currently loaning regular circulating items for 30 days, while reserve items are for 3 days. If you need to renew, the maximum number of renewals is 3. When returning items, please place the items in the blue book drop in the porch area of the Law Society during regular working hours. If a...

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