Third Party Notice by
The Plaintiff has sued the Defendant(s) as set out in the attached Civil Claim. This Defendant has denied the claim as set out
in the attached Dispute Note.
If the Plaintiff succeeds in this claim, this Defendant claims against you
Relief in respect of any judgment or costs in this action given against this Defendant in favour of the Plaintiff, and
Costs of the Civil Claim and of these Third Party proceedings
on the following grounds:
Issued by the Provincial Court of Alberta,
Clerk of the Provincial Court
Note: You have been sued by the Defendant. You are the Third Party. You have only 20 days to file a Dispute Note to this Third
Party Notice. You must file your Dispute Note to this Third Party Notice in the Court office located at
Warning: The Defendant may note you in default if you do not file your Dispute Note to this Third Party Notice. If you file a Dispute
Note to this Third Party notice, it should in addition to denying your liability to the Defendant, set out whether you deny that the
Defendant is liable to the Plaintiff.
Provincial Court of Alberta
How Do I Serve the Documents?
The Third Party Notice and form of Dispute Note to the Third Party Notice must be served by
one of the methods listed below. You may serve the documents on any day of the week.
Someone else may serve the documents for you.
If you are unable to serve your documents by one method, an alternative method should be
attempted. If you are unable to serve the documents by any of the approved methods, contact the
Court office where you filed your Third Party Notice for further instructions.
How do I serve a Person?
You may serve the documents on a person:
by giving the documents to that person; or
by leaving the documents at the perso