In the previous case-law, extremely large problems have been observed related to the delivery operation that slowed down the work of the court. The legislator offered, with the new Civil Procedure Act, some improvements and simplifications of delivery where possible, in order to speed up the procedure. Here at criminal lawyer brampton, we provide legal help for simple and complicated criminal cases.
Written documents are delivered directly to the court, through the post office, by electronic means, through the persons registered for the performance of the delivery activities, the person employed in the court, other state bodies, and the newspaper is that the written documents can also be delivered through a person with public authorities (notaries). The person submitting shall be obliged, on the request of the person to whom the delivery is made, to prove the capacity of the person authorized for delivery. The person that the provider finds at the place where the delivery is to be delivered shall be obliged to provide information on his identity at his request.
At the request of the court, the competent police authority is now obliged to assist in the performance of delivery tasks. Earlier, the police’s assistance depended exclusively on their “good will”, as it was not legally defined, and as such it is not mandatory.
Delivery can also be made electronically, in accordance with special regulations. Delivery by electronic means shall be deemed to have been made provided that such a method of delivery makes it possible to provide the return information that the person has received in writing. A receipt for the receipt of a letter delivered by electronic means shall be a printed electronic record of the date and time when the electronic data transmission device has been recorded that it has been sent in writing to the recipient, the name of the sender and the recipient and the name of the letter.
The parties may send submissions and other letters to each other in a timely manner and that the motion and other documents together with proof of delivery be submitted to the court.
Delivery to physical persons is done at the address indicated in the initial act, i.e. to the address of residence or place of residence registered with the authority responsible for keeping records of identity cards.
Delivery to state authorities, legal and military personnel
Delivery to state bodies, autonomous province authorities and local self-government units is done by handing out a letter in the reception room of a writer or office. The day of delivery of the letter is considered as the day of delivery.
Delivery to legal entities is done by handing over a letter in the premises of a legal entity to an employed person in a legal person, that is to the representative of a legal entity, to the address from the public register, or to his address of his / her place of residence.
Military personnel, members of the police and employees in land, river, sea and air traffic can make their calls through their command, or direct head or manager, and, if necessary, they can also be provided with other letters.