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Nova Scotia Law

Laws in the province are administered by the Courts of Nova Scotia. These courts include: l

  • Small Claims Court
  • Family Court
  • Provincial Court
  • Supreme Court
  • Court of Appeal

Cases heard in any of these courts are presided over by judges who are members of the Nova Scotia Judiciary.

To learn more about Nova Scotia’s system of courts, visit www.courts.ns.ca.

Courts are located throughout Nova Scotia. To find a court in your area, visit www.courts.ns.ca/justicecentres/justlocations.htm.














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