C-25.01, r. 13 - Tariff of judicial fees applicable to the recovery of small claims

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5. The amount of the judicial fee that a party or a third person must pay to oppose a seizure is $104 when the fee is payable by a natural person and $156 when the fee is payable by a legal person, without regard to the value of the right that the opposition is intended to protect or the amount of the judgment. The fee is payable for each opposition filed with the court office.
O.C. 1095-2015, s. 5.
5. The amount of the judicial fee that a party or a third person must pay to oppose a seizure is $103 when the fee is payable by a natural person and $154 when the fee is payable by a legal person, without regard to the value of the right that the opposition is intended to protect or the amount of the judgment. The fee is payable for each opposition filed with the court office.
O.C. 1095-2015, s. 5.
5. The amount of the judicial fee that a party or a third person must pay to oppose a seizure is $101 when the fee is payable by a natural person and $151 when the fee is payable by a legal person, without regard to the value of the right that the opposition is intended to protect or the amount of the judgment. The fee is payable for each opposition filed with the court office.
O.C. 1095-2015, s. 5.
5. The amount of the judicial fee that a party or a third person must pay to oppose a seizure is $100 when the fee is payable by a natural person and $150 when the fee is payable by a legal person, without regard to the value of the right that the opposition is intended to protect or the amount of the judgment. The fee is payable for each opposition filed with the court office.
O.C. 1095-2015, s. 5.