Court Administration Service
For access to court files and information about court procedures, we encourage you to contact your local registry office.
If you need information about particular activities or services regarding the four courts we support, we encourage you to visit their respective websites.
The general purposes set out for the organization in the Courts Administration Service Act are to:
facilitate coordination and cooperation among the four courts for the purpose of ensuring the effective and efficient provision of administrative services;
enhance judicial independence by placing administrative services at arm's length from the Government of Canada and by affirming the roles of chief justices and judges in the management of the courts; and
enhance accountability for the use of public money in support of court administration while safeguarding the independence of the judiciary.
Important Notice – Fraudulent Court Telephone Calls
There have been reports of a telephone scam using Courts Administration Service phone numbers to disguise their calls. Victims have reported being told that they owe money and to provide personal information including their social insurance number.
If you receive a call of this nature, do not comply with their demands and contact the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre at 1-888-495-8501. If you believe that you have fallen victim to such fraud, call your local police as soon as possible.
For information regarding other fraud and scams, visit the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre’s website.
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