How to resolve travel issues on your tickets when they come up in court?
There are a few things you need to know about tickets issued for court travel.
Find out how to get the most out of your court travel experience, and how to handle tickets issued after the date of the scheduled hearing.
What are the different types of tickets issued by court?
Ticket issued after a date of scheduled court is issued on the day the court has a scheduled date of hearing.
This is typically the case for criminal cases, child custody disputes, and civil matters.
How are travel tickets issued?
Travel tickets issued on your travel will generally be mailed to you at your last known address and date of issuance.
This can be as simple as a stamped envelope or an official letter.
How do tickets issued to you by a court differ from tickets issued directly to you?
Tickets issued to a person other than you will be considered a travel ticket.
Travel tickets will be processed within 72 hours of receipt and will not be returned to you.
If you received a travel request or cancellation from the court, the court will process the ticket within 72 hrs.
How can I get a travel copy?
You can get a copy of your travel ticket by completing the Travel Ticket Request form available at the Court of Queen’s Bench Office.
It will allow you to check your court’s availability.
If the court is closed, they will not process tickets for you until a few days after the court closes, so it is recommended that you complete the form as soon as possible.
You can also send the form to the court office at the address on the ticket you received.
What if I’m a family member of a person who is not eligible to use the court travel tickets?
You will need to provide proof of your family member’s eligibility, such as proof of marriage or a birth certificate.
What happens if I receive a travel cancellation?
The court will not allow travel tickets for anyone other than the travel person unless they have requested one.
This includes court travel requests or cancellations from other court officials.
How long will my tickets remain in the system?
If you receive a ticket cancellation from another court, you will need a new ticket to return to court.
If a travel person requests a new travel ticket, the person will need the original ticket to send back.
How will I know when I have received my tickets?
If a court issues a ticket for you, it will usually inform you via email.
You will then receive a notification email from the Court Travel Bureau that the tickets have been issued and will be available for you to use.
Do I have to return a ticket?
Tickets are issued only once, so you should return them immediately if you want to use them for travel.
What is the difference between a court travel ticket and a travel receipt?
Travel receipts are generally issued in the mail and will typically be used as a travel form, although some travel tickets may be issued for other reasons, such the use of a mobile phone.
For example, some travel receipts may be used for an electronic ticket transfer.
How is a court-issued travel ticket different from a travel notice?
A travel notice is a printed document that gives information about your court case and the date and time of the hearing.
It may be mailed with your court order or issued on a court website.
It is also possible to use a travel reminder or travel ticket to inform the court of an upcoming court appearance.
Do the travel tickets I receive in the post matter?
If your travel tickets are issued directly from the Courts Office, they may not be affected by a travel notification or travel receipt.
However, if your travel was issued to someone else, such a travel statement will be issued as soon a court is open.
How should I contact a court if I’ve received a ticket issued by the court?
The quickest and easiest way to contact a judge is to complete the Court Contact Form, available at any court office.
The court can be reached by phone at 778-858-2921.
If they can’t be reached, the Court Mailing Unit can help you obtain a letter from the judge.
What should I do if I need more information about travel tickets or other court-related issues?
If the ticket was issued by a judge, they can be sent to the person’s last known addresses.
If not, you can send the ticket to the Court Office.
A copy of the ticket will be sent back to the travel ticket recipient at the mailing address.
This may be within 72hrs of the date the ticket is mailed.
If your ticket is issued by another court and you have a travel issue with it, you should contact the court directly.