Video 4 - Attending Court Hearings
There are two types of hearings before the Court In a civil court case. One is interlocutory hearings, which take place before the matter gets to trial. The trial is the second kind of hearing, and is where the matter is finally decided by a judge. At most hearings the Court will ask for submissions. Drafting a written submission is a great way of preparing for a hearing, and also of telling the Court your case.
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