File Court Documents by Fax
Some court documents can be submitted (also referred to as “filing”) by fax. However, not all courthouses are set up to accept faxed documents and certain documents cannot be submitted by fax.
The locations below accept court documents by fax. Otherwise, you must file documents either in person or by mail.
Before submitting a document by fax, make sure your document or form is not on the list of items that cannot be faxed.
Find Information on how to file by fax.
Locations that accept documents by fax:
File by fax
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|Chilliwack||604 795-8397||604 795-8350|
|Cranbrook||250 426-1498||250 426-1234|
|Dawson Creek||250 784-2218||250 784-2278|
|Kamloops||250 828-4345||250 828-4344|
|Kelowna||250 979-6768||250 470-6900|
|Nelson||250 354-6133||250 354-6165|
|Penticton||250 492-1290||250 492-1231|
|Prince George||250 614-7923||250 614-2700|
|Rossland||250 362-7321||250 362-7368|
|Salmon Arm||250 833-7401||250 832-1610|
|Smithers||250 847-7344||250 847-7376|
|Terrace||250 638-2143||250 638-2111|
|Vernon||250 549-5461||250 549-5422|
|Willams Lake||250 398-4264||250 398-4301|