Litigation and Court Searches
We offer court search services at the following court levels – Federal, Civil, Small Claims, Tax Court of Canada, Court of Appeals, Commercial List and Estates. Copies of pleadings, motion materials, order and judgements can be ordered from any court across Canada and delivered to your desktop.
- Online – Select multiple court levels in multiple jurisdictions in the same order.
- Complete – Access courts across Canada.
- Accurate – In Ontario we use multiple databases to ensure accuracy.
CorpServ clients - Search various court levels on multiple names across Canada.
Conducted through the Superior Court of Justice for higher court matters on an individual or business name in a specified jurisdiction. A summary report will provide key information such as case status, filing date, party names, party and file type, dispute and settlement information.
Copies of the court files can be obtained upon request.
Conducted through the Superior Court of Justice for Small Claims (under $35,000 *new for 2020) on an individual or business name in a specified jurisdiction. The summary report provides key information and copies of the litigation files can be obtained upon request.
Note: Some jurisdictions have multiple Small Claims court locations. Searches at multiple locations may be required to properly cover a jurisdiction.
The Divisional Court is a branch of the Superior Court that hears appeals and applications for judicial review. One of the key reasons for this search would be to obtain information on an appeal from a Final Order of the Small Claims Court.
Searches civil appeal matters such as commercial and property disputes, negligence claims, bankruptcies, corporate reorganizations and matrimonial and other family disputes. A summary report outlines the details of any matters found for a specified individual or business. Copies of the case(s) can also be obtained for an additional charge.
Search conducted on a specified individual or business in the Provincial Superior Court, Queen’s Bench or Supreme Court in the jurisdiction specified. A summary report outlines the details of any matters found for a specified individual or business. Copies of litigation files can also be obtained for an additional charge.