“CAMS” means the Court of Appeal Management System, and
“Content” means any information or records available in CAMS.
Legislation and Rules
Use and reliance
Confidentiality, Privileges and Privacy
When the parties prepare documents that are intended to be part of the court record, they are responsible for:
a) advising whether the document is subject to statutory or court-ordered restriction on access or publication;
b) limiting the disclosure of personal information to what is necessary for the disposition of the appeal; and
c) considering whether public access to the document would create serious risks to individual privacy or security rights and if so, whether an application for a restricted access order should be brought.
To protect personal privacy, parties should not include, or should redact where inclusion is necessary, personal information such as addresses, telephone numbers, birth dates, social insurance numbers, driver's licence numbers, or financial account numbers from all documents, unless otherwise provided by law or ordered by the Court.
Any party who wishes to restrict public access to, or publication of, any portion of the court record may bring a restricted court access application in accordance with Part 6, Division 4 of the Alberta Rules of Court.
Collection of Information and Fee Payments
Restrictions on use
Law firm access
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