The reason I ask is that it contains a sentence that says "And further take notice that in support of this application will be read the affidavit of _____ and such other and further evidence as may be required." If I MUST use form POA-0007 then that means I must also include an affidavit which must be sworn/signed by a commissioner of oaths (which costs money)!
Can I not just submit a Notice of Motion with all my "points and evidence" included that I want to raise and then just sign it without having a commissioner of oaths sign it, since I will be at the trial when it is dealt with anyways?
I have tried searching acts/statutes but to clarify my questions:
Where does it say what should/must be included in a Notice of Motion?
In what situation (if any) does it say that we MUST use form POA-0007?
+++ This is not legal advice, only my opinion +++
Ticketcombat has a write up on this relevent to Toronto http://ticketcombat.com/step4/howtofile_hard.php
Your MP, MPP or local elected representative can also be a Commissioner of Oaths.
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