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  • Pre-trial review

    The pre-trial review is held at the preliminary stage of proceedings to determine whether the parties can settle the case without the need for litigation. If the case does not settle, the magistrate or registrar will make orders to prepare the matter for hearing.

    If subpoenas are required to gather evidence, permission may be granted by the magistrate or registrar at the pre-trial review.

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