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Jaclyn P. Solomon is the owner of Lawfully Yours, licensed by the Law Society of Ontario. Jaclyn practices primarily in Small Claims Court, throughout Ontario, and appears for both Landlords and Tenants during LTB matters. Jaclyn offers representation for Administrative Tribunals. Jaclyn's experience, in litigation, and negotiations are coupled with a keen sense of effective communications. Jaclyn is also a Broker. In addition to Small Claims and Landlord and Tenant Board matters; she can assist with name changes, summary convictions, Small Claim’s court filings, process serving, and document brief preparations. See additional tabs for complete services offered within the parameters of a P1 license.

Licensed by the Law Society of Ontario, Jaclyn is proud to offer accessible, professional legal services, as a Paralegal. She offers law firms both on and off site services , which includes Document Brief Preparation, Proof Reading, File Organization, Computer Skills on PC Law, Quick Law, Lexis Nexis Advance, LawStream Pro, Practice Panther, Microsoft Office and Mac Iworks. Her dependable servicing and processing throughout Ontario are available on an as needed basis.

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Consolidated Notice to the Profession and Public Regarding the Small Claims Court (January 14, 2021)

March 16, 2020; last amended March 15, 2021

Notice of amendments:

  • Effective March 15, 2021:
    • Section 3 (Urgent Matters) is amended to state filing requirements more clearly.
    • The Court is accepting requests to schedule settlement conferences under section 4 (Settlement Conferences) no matter when defendants filed defences or were noted in default.
    • The Court is accepting requests for any motion on notice to other parties, under section 5 (Motions on Notice to Other Parties).
    • Section 7.1 further clarifies that an assessment hearing will not be scheduled unless all applicable fees are paid and a request is submitted in accordance with this Notice.
  • Effective February 23, 2021, section 8 (Trial Continuations) is added, and subsequent sections are re-numbered.

Since the suspension of sittings of the Ontario Small Claims Court in March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Court has progressively expanded the matters that it will hear remotely.

The Small Claims Court will continue to monitor the situation and, as possible, will further expand the types of matters and hearings that will be heard during these extraordinary times.

Important: Please note that hearings will only be scheduled if a request for a hearing is submitted in accordance with the instructions below.

  1. Assistance with Small Claims Court Matters
  2. Remote Hearing Platform and Etiquette
  3. Urgent Matters
    1. Steps to seek an urgent hearing
  4. Settlement Conferences
    1. Steps to seek a settlement conference
  5. Motions on Notice to Other Parties
    1. Obtain a motion date from the Court
    2. Serve responding parties
    3. File your materials
    4. Serve and file any supplementary affidavits
  6. Motions in Writing without Notice
    1. File the necessary documents
    2. Submit a request
  7. Requests to Clerk for an Assessment Hearing
    1. Ensure all necessary materials are filed
    2. Submit a request
  8. Trial Continuations
  9. Reopening of Counter Service in Small Claims Court
  10. Unsworn Affidavits
  11. Filing
    1. Plaintiff’s claims
    2. Other documents
    3. Email Filing Format
    4. Naming Documents
    5. Communicating with Court Staff by Email
    6. Filing Fees
  12. More Information

Click here to open Notice Regarding the Suspension of Small Claims Court Operations (January 14, 2021) in your browser

Notice to the Profession and Public Regarding Court Proceedings – January 13, 2021

NEW UPDATE

January 13, 2021 Update

While the Ontario Superior Court of Justice (SCJ) remains open during the provincial lockdown, the court must continue to make necessary changes in response to the evolving public health situation.

In view of the new provincial restrictions announced on January 12, 2021, effective January 13, 2021, the suspension of jury trials will be extended until May 3, 2021 at the earliest. No new jury selection will commence during this period. Proceedings that are in progress may continue subject to the discretion of the trial judge.

All non-jury matters should proceed virtually unless it is absolutely necessary to hold the proceedings in-person. To the greatest extent possible, all other avenues should be explored and implemented. This applies to proceedings throughout the province and will remain in effect until further notice of this Court.

Counsel and parties should request in-person hearings only where absolutely necessary and I have requested all judicial officers, when exercising their authority, to hold in-person hearings only where absolutely necessary.

All SCJ courtrooms will be subject to a 10 person capacity limit.

Further notices will be issued when public health restrictions are lifted.

December 14, 2020 Update

Chief Justice Morawetz has extended the suspension of jury trials until at least January 29, 2021 in all areas of the province except Green Zones. Jury trials will recommence on Monday, Feb. 1, 2021 at the earliest.

November 21, 2020 Notice

On November 21, 2020, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice suspended new jury selection for new jury trials in all areas of the province except Green Zones until at least January 4, 2021.

By this update, the profession and public are notified that:

In view of the public health situation, effective Monday, November 23, 2020, the Court will not commence any new jury selection in any court location except in those in a Green Zone as defined by the Ontario Government as of the date of this notice https://www.ontario.ca/page/covid-19-response-framework-keeping-ontario-safe-and-open.

This will remain in effect until at least January 4, 2021. An update will be issued on December 29, 2020.

To be clear, only court locations in Green Zones as of the date of this Notice will commence new jury selection until at least January 4, 2021.

Jury trials currently in progress can proceed, subject to the discretion of the trial judge.

Toronto and Peel

In the lockdown regions of Toronto and Peel, until further notice new (non-jury) matters that do proceed in-person will be required to maintain a 10-person limit in each courtroom.

Matters that are in progress involving greater than 10 persons in a courtroom, may continue at the discretion of the trial judge.

Virtual Proceeding Strongly Encouraged In All Regions

In all regions, I strongly encourage the use of virtual proceedings wherever possible. I recognize that parties, counsel and participants may not be comfortable attending a courthouse or travelling to attend court. The Court must respond to this situation with great flexibility.

I have requested all judicial officers, when exercising their authority, to be as flexible as possible and to encourage virtual proceedings, wherever possible. Similarly, I request counsel and parties to be accommodating when requests for virtual hearings or other arrangements are made by opposing counsel or parties.

We must continue to do what we can to move matters forward while supporting public health efforts to stabilize the situation.

Geoffrey B. Morawetz
Chief Justice
Ontario Superior Court of Justice