Federal Courts Rules (SOR/98-106)
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Regulations are current to 2023-03-06 and last amended on 2022-01-13. Previous Versions
FORM 171FRule 171Defence to Counterclaim
General Heading — Use Form 66, including second style of cause per Form 171E, if required)
(A plaintiff who files a reply in the main action must include the defence to counterclaim in the same document as the reply, entitled REPLY AND DEFENCE TO COUNTERCLAIM, in which the defence to counterclaim follows immediately after the last paragraph of the reply — see Form 171C, continuing the numbering sequence initiated in the reply.)
Defence to Counterclaim
The defendant to the counterclaim admits the allegations contained in paragraphs of the counterclaim.
The defendant to the counterclaim denies the allegations contained in paragraphs of the counterclaim.
The defendant to the counterclaim has no knowledge of the allegations contained in paragraphs of the counterclaim.
(Set out in separate, consecutively numbered paragraphs, each allegation of material fact relied on by way of defence to the counterclaim.)
TO: (Names and addresses of other solicitors or parties)
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