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The CRT is an online tribunal. All our forms can be filled out and submitted online.

If you prefer to submit forms by email or mail, download the PDF version of a form below. There may be an extra fee for forms sent by email or mail.

If you need a form that isn’t listed here, contact us.

Learn about serving a CRT Dispute Notice.

Submit it online:

  • Follow the instructions in the email we sent you with the Dispute Notice package.

Submit it by email or mail:

Learn about serving a CRT Dispute Notice.

Submit it online:

  • Follow the instructions in the email we sent you with the Dispute Notice package.

Submit it by email or mail:

Learn about serving a CRT Dispute Notice.

Submit it online:

Submit it by email or mail:

  • Request for Directions on Service (PDF)

Learn about having a representative.

Submit it online:

  • Our online claim application and response forms include the option to ask permission to have a representative.
  • To ask permission after applying or responding, use our online Representative Request form.

Send it by email or mail:

You must fill out this form if you are the Litigation Guardian for a child, or an adult with impaired mental capacity, who is a participant in a CRT claim. You can fill out this form after applying or responding to a claim. We will follow up with you once we process your form.

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Learn about CRT fees and fee waivers.

Submit it online:

  • Our online claim application and response forms include the option to ask for a fee waiver.
  • To ask for a fee waiver after applying or responding, use our online Fee Waiver Request form.

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Learn about counterclaims and third-party claims.

Submit it online:

  • After you respond to a claim, you can make a counterclaim or third-party claim through your CRT Account.

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Learn about filing a Notice of Objection.

You can only file a Notice of Objection if your small claims final decision is given on or before June 30, 2022. You have 28 days to file it, starting from the date you receive the decision. Read more about this.

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If you’re a participant or representative in a CRT claim, log in to your CRT Account to access information in your claim.

If you’re not a participant or representative, you may be able to ask for some records in a CRT claim. There’s a fee for this. We can’t share any settlement discussions or communications, or material that has medical or financial information. For details of what can and can’t be released, see our Information Access and Privacy policy.

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