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Court or tribunal staff can provide you with certain information relating to your matter, but they cannot give legal advice.
explain and answer questions about how the particular court or tribunal works
give you general information about court or tribunal rules, procedures and practices
give information about providers of free legal advice
provide or direct you to court lists
provide information about how to get a case listed
give you some information about your case file
give you the court, tribunal or registry forms that are available
answer questions about where to access court decisions
give you legal advice - only a legal practitioner can give you legal advice
tell you whether or not you should bring your case to a court or tribunal
give you an opinion on what will happen if you bring your case to a court or tribunal
advise you on the division of a court or tribunal in which to commence an action
tell you what words to use in your court or tribunal papers
tell you what to say in a court or tribunal
talk to the judge, magistrate or commissioner on your behalf
let you talk to the judge, magistrate or commissioner outside of court
change an order signed by a judge, magistrate or commissioner
Find legal answers at the Legal Information Access Centre website.