Certification requirements - Mini-quiz

1:How many certification requirements are there?
A)

1

Incorrect

 

B)

2

Correct

 

C)

3

Incorrect

 

D)

4

Incorrect

 

2:What certificate/s may a legal practitioner complete?
A)

Overarching obligations certificate and proper basis certificate

Incorrect

  

B)

Proper basis certificate

Correct

 

 

 

C)

Overarching obligations certificate

Incorrect

 

 

 

D)

None

Incorrect

 

 

 

 

3:When an allegation or denial is put in a party’s first substantive document, how does a legal practitioner certify that an allegation or denial has a proper basis?
A)

By determining whether the allegation or denial is made on a proper basis

Incorrect

 

B)

By assessing the truth or untruth of the allegation or denial

Incorrect

 

C)

By forming a reasonable belief as to the truth or untruth of the allegation or denial

Correct

  

D)

By engaging in reasonable endeavours to assess the truth or untruth of the allegation or denial

Incorrect

 

4:Which of the following documents, if filed, would not give rise to any certification requirements?
A)

A summons

Correct

 

B)

An originating motion

Incorrect

 

C)

A complaint

Incorrect

 

D)

A reply

Incorrect

 

5:Which certification requirement may a party have to file more than once in a civil dispute?
A)

Overarching obligations certificate

Incorrect

 

B)

Proper basis certificate

Correct

 

C)

Both certificates need only be filed once

Incorrect

  

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