The following forms can be found throughout this website. Below are specific forms related to everday use for criminal matters and where they may be found if looking elsewhere on the site.

Statutory Declaration. Found- FORMS/Registry/Registry-Criminal 

 

Peace Bonds. Found- FORMS/Registry/Registry-Criminal

 

 

Transcript and Appeal Book Request Form. Found-FORMS/Registry/Registry-Criminal

Form24A. Suspended

Form24B. Suspended

 

Form4B. Notice to appear by telephone. Practice Directive# 4. Found-FORMS/Practice_Directives/Forms

Form CS-3 : Disposition Order/ Warrant of Commital (Breach)

                    

FINES

            COURT SERVICES OPERATIONAL DIRECTIVE- Fines and Restitution

           Form 1.1-Fines Restitution Order

 

Fine Extensions. Found-FORMS/Registry/Registry-Criminal

 

A completed Request Form must be submitted to the Court Registry in order to request transcripts or appeal books.Please ensure that you provide all of the required information.

This form is to be submitted to the NUCJ Registry along with the appropriate fee which pays for the production of the transcript. Please contact the Registry at 1-867-975-6100 (main) or 1-866-286-0546 (tollfree) or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for further information and current fees.

All requests for transcripts are reviewed under the Access to Court Record Policy to ensure access is legally permitted.

 


Please Note: Notary Public services are Not provided at the Registry offices at the courthouse. Please visit the Maliiganik Tungisiavik building 110

* People may attend the registry during filing hours to seek the services of a Commissioner.

 

The Commissioner for Oaths and Notary Public both have an important role in the proper completion of legal documents in Nunavut.

The services of either a Commissioner for Oaths or a Notary Public are required with increasing frequency for the completion of various documents. It is of the utmost importance that Commissioners and Notaries adhere to the statutory requirements respecting the administration of oaths and taking of affidavits.

A “statutory declaration” is a document containing a statement that is verified by a solemn declaration of a person making the statement.

            Example:

I, Jack Doe, of the town of Iqaluit in Nunavut, do solemnly declare as follows…

….. and I make this solemn declaration consciously believing it to be true and knowing that it is of the same force and effect as if made under oath.

A statutory declaration is made pursuant to the Canada Evidence Act or the Nunavut Evidence Act and is used in situations where there is no legislative authority for an affidavit.

You may download a Statutory Declarationhere:


The Commissioner for Oaths and Notary Public both have an important role in the proper completion of legal documents in Nunavut.

The services of either a Commissioner for Oaths or a Notary Public are required with increasing frequency for the completion of various documents. It is of the utmost importance that Commissioners and Notaries adhere to the statutory requirements respecting the administration of oaths and taking of affidavits.

 

Please Note: Notary Public services are Not provided at the Registry offices at the Courthouse. Please visit the office of Maliiganik Tukisiiniakvik Legal Services, Building 1104-B (Green Inuksugait Plaza Unit 203), Iqaluit, Nunavut.

This is the administration side for criminal matters.
The Bill C-57 amendments did away with the two-tier trial court system, modified the appellate court operations and, implicitly, encouraged an expanded role for justices of the peace.
The Nunavut Court of Justice, as a superior court, is responsible for all criminal, civil and family law matters. It is also the youth court for Nunavut and it is responsible for applications for prerogative writs against decisions of justices of the peace and other subordinate decision-makers.
Both the civil and criminal administrates the following courts.
    • Nunavut Court of Appeal: Hears all appeals from NUCJ
    • Nunavut Court of Justice: Combines the Supreme and Territorial Courts. It hears all criminal matters both adult and youth, civil, family matters, appeals of summary conviction matters, federal and territorial offences.
    • Justice of the Peace Court: Hears all summary offences and minor criminal matters i.e. common assaults.
    • Municipal Enforcement Court (by-Law): Summary Offence Trafficking Information Tickets (SOTI's). Hears trafficking tickets issued by the Municipal Enforcement of Iqaluit.