CLAS has created the following guides to help you represent yourself in a judicial review. Please carefully read the description of each document so that you know which version of the Guide you need.
Representing yourself in a judicial review - if you're being evicted (October 2015) - This version of our Guide gives an overview of the judicial review process, from preparing and filing your documents to representing yourself in court. It also includes an appendix that specifically deals with what to do if you are being evicted from your home.
Representing yourself in a judicial review (October 2015) - This Guide gives an overview of the judicial review process generally, from preparing and filing your petition and affidavit to representing yourself in court. It does not cover getting an interim stay if you are being evicted.
When using either of these Guides, you will need to access our blank and sample court forms, which correspond to the Guides. You can download all of the blank and sample forms you will need in one package by clicking here.