Read the Case Path Pilot before you apply to dismiss a complaint. It sets new requirements.
Before applying to dismiss a complaint, read the Information Sheets about the legal tests for dismissing a complaint without a hearing.
Before you apply to dismiss a complaint, you must disclose all documents that may be relevant to the complaint or response to the complaint. You can apply to suspend or limit disclosure. There is a limited exception for applications to dismiss a complaint against individual respondents.
Usually, a respondent may apply only once to dismiss a complaint. There is an exception if new information and circumstances come to the respondent’s attention. There is also a limited exception for applications to dismiss a complaint against individual respondents.
There are two ways to apply to dismiss a complaint:
Make sure the other participants have a copy of your application. You can:
If you know that they use the Case Access Centre, send them an email to tell them that there is a new application in the “active application section” of the Case Access Centre.