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Daily Court Lists Now Available Online

May 02, 2014

Daily Court Information Now Available Onlinehttp://www.ontariocourtdates.ca/

A new online service is making it easier for people to find out where and when they need to go to court.

This online version of the daily court lists allows court users to search for basic information about next-day court appearances, including the case number, the names of the parties involved and the time, location and reason for that appearance.

Quick Facts

* The online daily court lists will be updated each day around 4:30 p.m. with case information for the next 24 hours.

* Cases subject to statutory, common law or court-ordered public access restrictions will not appear on the online court lists. This includes cases about adoptions, child protection cases and criminal cases involving youth. Cases subject to a publication ban will list only the initials of the parties involved, not their full names.

* For more detailed information about any case, users should contact the courthouse where the matter is being heard.