Effective immediately, the Probate Court is expanding its essential services model to allow new applications for Grants of Probate and Grants of Administration to be filed during the COVID-19 pandemic. Registrars of Probate will also offer new dates for passing accounts.
Effective immediately, the Nova Scotia Supreme Court is expanding its essential services model.
HRM’s Planning and Development has moved zoning confirmation letter applications for properties within HRM online.
Find the form online at https://www.halifax.ca/business/planning-development/apply-a-zoning-confirmation-letter
The Nova Scotia Court of Appeal Liaison Committee convened by tele-conference on Thursday, April 16, 2020. Four judges of the Court, including the Chief Justice of Nova Scotia, the Court’s Registrar, and eight members of the appellate Bar participated.
On Thursday, April 16th, 2020, the Supreme Court Liaison Committee met to discuss issues surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic and how it is impacting the court system in Nova Scotia. Chief Justice Deborah K. Smith chaired the meeting. There were thirteen members of the Bar in attendance, including Nova Scotia Barristers' Society Executive Director, Tilly Pillay, Q.C., along with a complement of …