Docket

24002

David Attis, et al. v. Human Rights Commission of New Brunswick, et al.

(New Brunswick) (Civil) (By Leave)

Judgments on applications for leave to appeal are rendered by the Court, but are not necessarily unanimous.

Proceedings
Date Proceeding Filed By
(if applicable)
2004-04-20 Payment out cheque issued, ($555.61)
2004-04-02 Approved order for payment out, (sent to Finance April 5/04)
2004-04-02 Decision on miscellaneous motion, to reimburse the payment of $500 security deposit - Document not microfilmed but is on file
, Reg
Granted
2004-04-02 Submission of miscellaneous motion, Reg
2004-02-13 Notice of miscellaneous motion, reimbursement of $500 deposit - Document not microfilmed but is on file, Completed on: 2004-03-26 David Attis
1996-09-27 Appeal closed
1996-06-18 Record returned to the Registrar of the Court of Appeal, (3 boxes)
1996-05-29 Copy of formal judgment being prepared, Human Rights Board of Inquiry (Fredericton, NB)
1996-05-29 Copy of formal judgment being prepared, Brian D. Bruce (Fredericton, NB)
1996-05-29 Copy of formal judgment being prepared, Brian Bruce (Fredericton, NB)
1996-05-29 Copy of formal judgment being prepared, Lang, Michener
1996-05-29 Copy of formal judgment being prepared, Burke-Robertson
1996-05-29 Copy of formal judgment being prepared, Shore, Davis & Perkins-McVey
1996-05-29 Copy of formal judgment being prepared, Gowling, Strathy & Henderson
1996-05-28 Formal judgment sent to the registrar of the court of appeal and all parties, New Brunswick (Fredericton)
1996-04-04 Notice of deposit of judgment sent to all parties, Human Rights Board of Inquiry (Fredericton, NB)
1996-04-04 Notice of deposit of judgment sent to all parties, Brian D. Bruce (Fredericton, NB)
1996-04-04 Notice of deposit of judgment sent to all parties, Lang, Michener
1996-04-04 Notice of deposit of judgment sent to all parties, Burke-Robertson
1996-04-04 Notice of deposit of judgment sent to all parties, Shore, Davis & Perkins-McVey (Ottawa, ON)
1996-04-04 Notice of deposit of judgment sent to all parties, Gowling, Strathy & Henderson (Ottawa, ON)
1996-04-03 Judgment on the appeal rendered, CJ LaF L'HD So G Co McL Ia Ma, The appeal is allowed, the judgment of the Court of Appeal is reversed, and clauses 2(a), (b) and (c) of the Order are restored, with costs to the appellant Attis.
Allowed, no order as to costs
1995-12-19 Correspondence (sent by the Court) to, (by fax) of Mr. David Matas responding to Mr. Christie's letter dated November 2/95 sent to CJ LaF L'HD So G Co McL I Ma, Dec 20/95, with service
1995-12-07 Correspondence (sent by the Court) to, (by fax) from E. Greenspan; responding to Mr. Christie's letter
1995-12-04 Correspondence (sent by the Court) to, (by fax) from Mr. Christie; re: responding to the letters of the other parties
1995-11-30 Correspondence (sent by the Court) to, (by fax) from Lang, Michener; re: will not be responding to Mr. Christie's submissions
1995-11-24 Correspondence (sent by the Court) to, (by fax) from Joel Richler; re: responding to Mr. Christie's letter of Nov. 2/95
1995-11-24 Correspondence (sent by the Court) to, (by fax) from V. Jennifer Mackinnon; re: the A.G. B.C. does not intend to respond to Mr. Christie's letter of Nov. 2/95 (original filed Nov. 28/95)
1995-11-16 Correspondence (sent by the Court) to, (by fax) from Mr. Christie; re: would like the opportunity to reply to Mr. Richler's letter
1995-11-16 General proceeding, transcript received and distributed to the justices (218 pages)
1995-11-16 Correspondence (sent by the Court) to, from Thomas Kuttner to A. Roland, letter dated Nov. 15/95 re: takes no objection to the Mr. Christie's letter being forward to the Court for its consideration (TO BE SENT TO THE PANEL) (fax copy)(original filed Nov. 22/95)
1995-11-14 Correspondence (sent by the Court) to, (by fax) from Neil Finkelstein; re: replying to Mr. Christie's letter of Nov. 3/95 (original received on Nov. 16/95)
1995-11-14 Correspondence (sent by the Court) to, from Joel Richler; re: responding to Mr. Christies letter of Nov. 3/95; if the case of Vogt is brought to the Court will want to make submissions
1995-11-03 Correspondence (sent by the Court) to, (by fax) from Douglas H. Christie; re: information regarding Vogt v. Germany sent to CJ LaF L'HD So G Co McL I Ma, Dec 8/95
1995-10-31 Supplemental document, 10 copies given in Court League for Human Rights of B'nai Brith Canada
1995-10-31 Hearing of the appeal, 1995-10-31, CJ LaF L'HD So G Co McL Ia Ma
Decision reserved
1995-10-31 Decision on motion to extend time, to file the factum to Oct 24/95, DeRg
Granted, no order as to costs
1995-10-31 Hearing of motion to extend time, 1995-10-31, to file the factum to Oct 24/95, DeRg
1995-10-31 Submission of motion to extend time, 1995-10-31, to file the factum to Oct 24/95, DeRg
1995-10-30 Book of authorities, 10 copies Malcolm Ross
1995-10-30 Book of authorities, 10 copies Canadian Civil Liberties Association
1995-10-26 Proof of service, of factum on Canadian Civil Liberties Association
1995-10-26 Response to motion to extend time, of Gowling, Strathy re: motion to file the intervener's factum to Oct. 24/95 David Attis
1995-10-26 Affidavit, of Shayne Kert (re: motion to file the intervener' s factum to Oct. 24/95), with service Canadian Civil Liberties Association
1995-10-26 $50.00 filing fee for notice of motion, receipt no. 30947 Canadian Civil Liberties Association
1995-10-26 Motion to extend time, to file the intervener's factum to Oct. 24/95, with service Canadian Civil Liberties Association
1995-10-25 Book of authorities, 10 copies, with service League for Human Rights of B'nai Brith Canada
1995-10-24 Proof of service, of the intervenor (CASHRA) factum upon respondent., with service
1995-10-24 Intervener's factum, 24 copies (motion to extend requested) Canadian Civil Liberties Association
1995-10-24 Book of authorities, 10 copies of vol. 1 to 8 (JOINT) David Attis
1995-10-19 Intervener's factum, 24 copies (see order dated Oct. 16/95), with service Canadian Association of Statutory Human Rights Agencies
1995-10-19 $50.00 filing fee for notice of motion, receipt no. 30901 League for Human Rights of B'nai Brith Canada
1995-10-18 Proof of service, of motion for intervene
1995-10-18 Correspondence (sent by the Court) to, (by fax) of Douglas H. Christie to request to be allowed to reply to each party separately at the hearing of the appeal
1995-10-18 Order on motion to extend time, to file the factum
1995-10-17 Response to motion to extend time, to file the intervener, League for Human Rights of B'nai Brith Canada, to Sept. 11/95 David Attis
1995-10-17 Decision on motion to extend time, to file the factum to Sept 11/95, Reg
Granted, no order as to costs
1995-10-17 Hearing of motion to extend time, 1995-10-17, to file the factum to Sept 11/95, Reg
1995-10-17 Submission of motion to extend time, 1995-10-17, to file the factum to Sept 11/95, Reg
1995-10-16 Affidavit, of Martin Kurz re: motion to file the intervener's factum to Sept. 11/95 League for Human Rights of B'nai Brith Canada
1995-10-16 Motion to extend time, to file the intervener's factum to Sept. 11/95 ($50.00 requested) League for Human Rights of B'nai Brith Canada
1995-10-16 Decision on motion to extend time, to intervene, Ma
Granted, no order as to costs
1995-10-16 Hearing of motion to extend time, 1995-10-16, to intervene, Ma
1995-10-16 Submission of motion to extend time, 1995-10-16, to intervene, Ma
1995-10-16 Decision on the motion for leave to intervene, - the applicant Association is authorized to file a factum not exceeding twenty pages and is granted fifteen minutes for oral argument in the above appeal, Ma
Granted, no order as to costs
1995-10-16 Hearing of motion for leave to intervene, 1995-10-16, - the applicant Association is authorized to file a factum not exceeding twenty pages and is granted fifteen minutes for oral argument in the above appeal, Ma
1995-10-16 Submission of motion for leave to intervene, 1995-10-16, - the applicant Association is authorized to file a factum not exceeding twenty pages and is granted fifteen minutes for oral argument in the above appeal, Ma
1995-10-16 Correspondence (sent by the Court) to, (by fax) of R.S.M. Woods (Blake, Cassels and Graydon) to join in Mr. Finkelstein's objection to Mr. Christie's proposal
1995-10-13 Correspondence (sent by the Court) to, of Karen Collins (Burke-Robertson) re: duration of argument
1995-10-13 Correspondence (sent by the Court) to, (by fax) of Neil Finkelstein (Blake, Cassels & Graydon) to Mr. Christie to advise him that he does agree that he should respond to each individual appellant. He should respond in the usual way
1995-10-13 Correspondence (sent by the Court) to, (by fax) of Douglas H. Christie dated Oct. 10/95 to request to respond seperately and individualy to each of the appellants' arguments
1995-10-13 Correspondence (sent by the Court) to, of Gowling, Strathy & Henderson to advise the Court that C.J.C. does not oppose the intervention of the Can. Ass. of Statutory Human Rights Agency
1995-10-13 General proceeding, to note a copy of DRAFT factum for the hearing of the motion for leave to intervene (Oct. 16/95) Canadian Association of Statutory Human Rights Agencies
1995-10-12 Correspondence (sent by the Court) to, (by fax) from Neil Finkelstein; re: do not oppose the intervention by Canadian Association of Statutory Human Rights Agencies
1995-10-11 Correspondence (sent by the Court) to, from Gowling; re: does not oppose the intervention of Canadian Association of Statutory Human Rights Agencis
1995-10-10 $50.00 filing fee for notice of motion, for leave to intervene receipt #30830 Canadian Association of Statutory Human Rights Agencies
1995-10-06 Affidavit, 2 copies (bookform); Harinder Mahil, with service Canadian Association of Statutory Human Rights Agencies
1995-10-06 Motion for leave to intervene, 2 copies (bookform), with service Canadian Association of Statutory Human Rights Agencies
1995-10-06 Correspondence (sent by the Court) to, of Gowling, Strathy & Henderson to advise the Court that the Attorney General of N.B., the Department of Education of N.B. and the Minieter of Labour of N.B. will not be participating in this appeal
1995-09-28 Correspondence (sent by the Court) to, (by fax) of Neil Finkelstein (Blake, Cassels) re: duration of argument
1995-09-25 Appeal hearing scheduled, 1995-10-31
Decision reserved
1995-09-20 Correspondence (sent by the Court) to, from Gowling; re: does not oppose the filing of Mr. Christie's letter dealing with the American Authorities
1995-09-14 Correspondence (sent by the Court) to, (by fax)) of Thomas S. Kutner to advise the Court that he has no objection to placing the American Authorities (filed by Mr. Christie) before the Panel seized of this case
1995-09-12 Service, COPY of the intervener's factum
1995-09-11 Intervener's factum, 23 copies (extension of time requested) League for Human Rights of B'nai Brith Canada
1995-09-06 Correspondence (sent by the Court) to, of Douglas H. Christie dated Sept. 6/95 RE: United States Supreme Court pronouncements
1995-09-01 Book of authorities, 10 copies, with service Attorney General of British Columbia
1995-08-30 Intervener's factum, 24 copies (see order dated July 27, 1995), with service Attorney General of British Columbia
1995-08-28 Notice of hearing, With service Canadian Jewish Congress
1995-08-28 Notice of hearing, With service Human Rights Commission
1995-08-28 Notice of hearing, With service David Attis
1995-08-14 Correspondence (sent by the Court) to, of C. Clyde Spinney (A.G. for N.B.) to advise the Court that the Minister of Education for the Province of New Brunswick will not be participatin g in the appeal
1995-08-14 Correspondence (sent by the Court) to, from Clyde Spinney to D. Beaulieu, letter dated Aug. 9/95, fax copy re: will not be participating in the appeal
1995-08-01 Order on motion to extend time, to file the factum
1995-07-28 Correspondence (sent by the Court) to, from E. Grennspan to Chief Justice, letter dated July 27, 1995, fax copy re: tentative date for scheduling the hearing of this appeal with 24323-24586 (Calder & Munroe)
1995-07-27 Decision on motion to extend time, to file the interveners factum (AG BC) to Aug/31, 1995. granted I, Ia
1995-07-27 Correspondence (sent by the Court) to, dated July 26/95 of Gowling, Strathy & Henderson to advise the Court that Mr. Eugene J. Mockler will not be participating in this appeal
1995-07-27 Decision on motion to extend time, to file the intervener's factum of AG BC to August 31, 1995, Ia
Granted, no order as to costs
1995-07-27 Hearing of motion to extend time, 1995-07-27, to file the intervener's factum of AG BC to August 31, 1995, Ia
1995-07-27 Submission of motion to extend time, 1995-07-27, to file the intervener's factum of AG BC to August 31, 1995, Ia
1995-07-26 Response to motion to extend time, to file the A.G. of B.C intervener's factum to August 31/95 Canadian Jewish Congress
1995-07-21 Response to motion to extend time, for the A.G. of British Columbia to file his factum to August 31/95 Human Rights Commission
1995-07-21 $50.00 filing fee for notice of motion, to extend time receipt #30470 Attorney General of British Columbia
1995-07-20 Response to motion to extend time, to file the A.G. B.C.'s factum to Aug. 31/95 (letterform) David Attis
1995-07-19 Affidavit, of Frank Falzon (re: motion to extend the time to file the A.G.B.C.'s factum to Aug. 31/95) - 1 copy, with service Attorney General of British Columbia
1995-07-19 Motion to extend time, to file the factum to Aug. 31/95 (1 copy) ($50.00 requested), with service Attorney General of British Columbia
1995-07-05 Correspondence (sent by the Court) to, from Neil Finkelstein to D. Beaulieu, letter dated July 5, 1995 - fax copy re: withdraw the request for the Order sought in paragraph (3) of the motion dated Nov. 11/94 concerning a total of 2 hours for the Appellants and Respondents
1995-07-04 Appeal perfected for hearing, Session beginning on 1995-10-02
1995-06-30 Respondent's factum, 23 copies (response to Canadian Jewish Congress) (extension of time requested), with service Malcolm Ross
1995-06-30 Respondent's factum, 23 copies (response to Human Rights Commission) (extension of time requested), with service Malcolm Ross
1995-06-30 Respondent's factum, 23 copies (response to David Attis) (extension of time requested), with service Malcolm Ross
1995-06-21 Order on motion for leave to intervene
1995-06-19 Decision on the motion for leave to intervene, the factum will not exceed 25 pages and the oral argument will not exceed 15 minutes, Co
Granted, no order as to costs
1995-06-19 Hearing of motion for leave to intervene, 1995-06-19, the factum will not exceed 25 pages and the oral argument will not exceed 15 minutes, Co
1995-06-19 Submission of motion for leave to intervene, 1995-06-19, the factum will not exceed 25 pages and the oral argument will not exceed 15 minutes, Co
1995-06-14 Correspondence (sent by the Court) to, (by fax) from James C. Letcher; re: do not wish to participate in the hearings of this appeal
1995-06-08 Correspondence (sent by the Court) to, from Brian Bruce to M. Larmour re: had no objection to the intervention of the A.G. B.C. (fax copy)
1995-06-07 Response to the motion for leave to intervene, of A.G. B.C. Canadian Jewish Congress
1995-06-07 Response to the motion for leave to intervene, of A.G. B.C. David Attis
1995-06-06 Appeal court record, (3 boxes)
1995-06-02 General proceeding, ADDENDUM TO SUPPLEMENTARY CASE (certified copy) David Attis
1995-06-02 Supplemental document, CASE ON APPEAL (CERTIFIED COPY) David Attis
1995-06-02 Certified casebook, vol. I to XXVII and certified copy of General Index David Attis
1995-05-30 Correspondence (sent by the Court) to, from Robert Houston to M. Larmour : advising us that counsel for M. Ross will file the respondent's factum within 3-4 weeks (fax copy) (original filed May 31/95)
1995-05-29 Correspondence (sent by the Court) to, from R. Houston to M. Larmour, letter dated May 26, 1995 re: the respondent M. Ross takes no position with respect to the proposed intervention by the A. G. B. C.
1995-05-17 Affidavit, Angela Westmacott, with service Attorney General of British Columbia
1995-05-17 Motion for leave to intervene, With service Attorney General of British Columbia
1995-05-16 Order on motion for leave to intervene
1995-05-15 Proof of service, of the appellant's factum on the intervener Canadian Civil Liberties Ass. admitte don May 12, 1995
1995-04-04 Decision on motion to extend time, for leave to intervene, Ia
Granted, no order as to costs
1995-04-04 Hearing of motion to extend time, 1995-04-04, for leave to intervene, Ia
1995-04-04 Submission of motion to extend time, 1995-04-04, for leave to intervene, Ia
1995-04-04 Decision on the motion for leave to intervene, oral argument is limited to 15 minutes, Ia
Granted, no order as to costs
1995-04-04 Hearing of motion for leave to intervene, 1995-04-04, oral argument is limited to 15 minutes, Ia
1995-04-04 Submission of motion for leave to intervene, 1995-04-04, oral argument is limited to 15 minutes, Ia
1995-04-03 Correspondence (sent by the Court) to, from Sydney B. Horton, from Yukon Justice to L. Meagher re: they WILL NOT BE intervening in this proceeding
1995-04-03 Proof of service, of the motion for leave to intervene of Canadian Civil Liberties (fax copy of a letter dated Feb.16 1995 to Mr. Kert)
1995-04-03 General proceeding, to note a fax copy of a small memo of Bob Houston' s Office to confirm that Mr. Christie does not consent to the motion filed by Canadian Civil Liberties Canadian Civil Liberties Association
1995-04-03 Correspondence (sent by the Court) to, of Shayne G. Kert (Greenspan, Rosenberg) to Mr. Douglas Christie dated March 3/95 to request his consent to extend time for leave to intervene (fax copy)
1995-04-03 Appellant's factum, 24 copies (extension of time requested), with service Human Rights Commission
1995-03-29 Appellant's factum, 24 copies (extension of time requested), with service David Attis
1995-03-27 Appellant's factum, 24 copies, with service Canadian Jewish Congress
1995-03-23 Agreement as to contents of case David Attis
1995-03-23 Proof of service, of certain documents (exhibits, indexes etc) on intervener Human League of Bnai Brith
1995-03-23 Proof of service, on all parties of the Case on Appeal (27 volumes)
1995-03-22 Correspondence (sent by the Court) to, from Nolan D. Steed addressed to L. Meagher; re: the Alberta Minister of Justice and the Attorney General will not apply for leave to intervene
1995-03-22 Response to motion to extend time, for leave to intervene of Canadian Civil Liberties Department of Education of New Brunswick
1995-03-22 Response to motion to extend time, for leave to intervene of Canadian Civil Liberties New Brunswick Teachers' Federation
1995-03-22 Response to motion to extend time, for leave to intervene of Canadian Civil Liberties Brian Bruce
1995-03-22 Response to motion to extend time, for leave to intervene of Canadian Civil Liberties Minister of Labour of New Brunswick
1995-03-22 Response to motion to extend time, for leave to intervene of Canadian Civil Liberties Board of School Trustees District No. 15
1995-03-22 Affidavit, for leave to intervene; Shayne G. Kert Canadian Civil Liberties Association
1995-03-22 Affidavit Canadian Civil Liberties Association
1995-03-22 Motion to extend time, to leave to intervene Canadian Civil Liberties Association
1995-03-21 Correspondence (sent by the Court) to, from Gowling; re: does not oppose the intervention of Canadian Civil Liberties
1995-03-21 Response to motion to extend time, for leave to intervene of Canadian Civil Liberties David Attis
1995-03-13 Correspondence (sent by the Court) to, of Reinhold M. Endres dated March 6/95 to advise the Court that the ATTORNEY GENERAL OF NOVA SCOTIA will not seek to intervene in this matter
1995-02-24 General proceeding, 24 copies of ADDENDUM TO THE SUPPLEMENTARY CASE, with service David Attis
1995-02-22 Correspondence (sent by the Court) to, sent to Minister of Justice and A.G. of Canada (Ottawa, ON) from Louise Meagher re: application to state constitutional questions made under Rule 32 that was dismissed that maybe the A.G. of Canada and the A.G.'s of the Provinces and the Ministers of Just
1995-02-21 Affidavit, A. Alan Borovoy, with service Canadian Civil Liberties Association
1995-02-21 Motion for leave to intervene, With service Canadian Civil Liberties Association
1995-02-17 Supplemental document, 23 copies of SUPPLEMENTARY CASE ON APPEAL David Attis
1995-02-01 Decision on the motion to state a constitutional question, CJ
Dismissed, no order as to costs
1995-02-01 Hearing of the motion to state a constitutional question, 1995-02-01, CJ
1995-02-01 Submission of motion to state a constitutional question, 1995-02-01, CJ
1995-01-26 Case on appeal, 23 copies of vols. 1 to 27 + 23 copies of General Indix David Attis
1995-01-25 Order on motion for leave to intervene
1995-01-18 Decision on the motion for leave to intervene, the intervenor will be allowed 30 days from the date of filing of the factum of the parties to file its own and will have 15 minutes to present oral argument, L'HD
Granted, no order as to costs
1995-01-18 Hearing of motion for leave to intervene, 1995-01-18, the intervenor will be allowed 30 days from the date of filing of the factum of the parties to file its own and will have 15 minutes to present oral argument, L'HD
1995-01-18 Submission of motion for leave to intervene, 1995-01-18, the intervenor will be allowed 30 days from the date of filing of the factum of the parties to file its own and will have 15 minutes to present oral argument, L'HD
1995-01-13 Response to the motion for leave to intervene, of League for Human Rights of B'nai Brith Canada David Attis
1995-01-05 Decision on motion for directions, CJ, 1. The motion for leave to file a common Appeal Book for the three appeals is granted. 2. The motion that the three appeals be scheduled to be heard concurrently is granted. 3. The motion for an order alloting time for argument and assigning the order of argument for the appeals is hereby adjourned to be determined following the inscription of the appeals for hearing
Granted, no order as to costs
1995-01-05 Hearing of motion for directions, 1995-01-05, CJ
1995-01-05 Submission of motion for directions, 1995-01-05, CJ
1994-12-28 Affidavit, 1 copy; Rochelle Wilner, with service League for Human Rights of B'nai Brith Canada
1994-12-28 Motion for leave to intervene, 1 copy, with service League for Human Rights of B'nai Brith Canada
1994-12-15 Correspondence (sent by the Court) to, (by fax) from Douglas Christie; re: constitutional questions (original received on Dec. 21/94)
1994-12-02 Response to the motion to state a constitutional question, (letterform) Canadian Jewish Congress
1994-12-01 Response to the motion to state a constitutional question, of N. B. Human Rights Commission and the Att. Gen. of N. B. (letter form) Human Rights Commission of New Brunswick
1994-11-22 Motion for directions, (joint with motion for Constitutional Questions), with service David Attis
1994-11-22 Motion to state a constitutional question, (1 copy), with service David Attis
1994-11-08 $500 security deposit paid, receipt #2327 Canadian Jewish Congress
1994-11-07 $500 security deposit paid, receipt #2324 Human Rights Commission
1994-10-28 Order granting leave to appeal
1994-10-28 Order granting leave to appeal
1994-10-27 Notice of appeal, (1 copy) Canadian Jewish Congress
1994-10-27 Notice of appeal, (1 copy) Human Rights Commission
1994-10-20 Order granting leave to appeal
1994-10-20 Proof of service, of the notice of appeal and the notice of deposit for security
1994-10-17 $500 security deposit paid, receipt #2317 David Attis
1994-10-17 Notice of appeal, (1 copy) David Attis
1994-10-14 Notice of deposit of judgment issued to all parties, Mockler, Allen & Dixon (CHurchill, NB)
1994-10-14 Notice of deposit of judgment issued to all parties, Letcher & Murray (Moncton, NB)
1994-10-14 Notice of deposit of judgment issued to all parties, Brian Bruce (Fredericton, NB)
1994-10-14 Notice of deposit of judgment issued to all parties, Douglas H. Christie (Victoria, BC)
1994-10-14 Notice of deposit of judgment issued to all parties, Gowling, Strathy & Henderson (Ottawa, ON)
1994-10-13 Judgment of the Court on the application for leave to appeal, LaF So Ma, The applications for leave to appeal are granted.
Granted, no order as to costs
1994-03-21 All materials on application for leave submitted to the Judges, LaF So Ma
1994-03-07 Respondent's response on the application for leave to appeal, 5 copies (responding to the 3 leaves), with service Malcolm Ross
1994-02-14 Application for leave to appeal, 5 copies (REFER TO ATTIS LEAVE APPLICATION), with service, Completed on: 1994-02-14 Human Rights Commission
1994-02-11 $30.00 filing fee, receipt #24174 David Attis
1994-02-11 Application for leave to appeal, 5 copies (missing formal trial Order), with service, Completed on: 1994-02-15 David Attis