Representative forms

The Commission can give you guidance about requirements and how to complete forms, but we do not give legal advice. You may need or want someone to represent you during the complaint process. You must fill in one of these forms if someone other than a lawyer is representing you. A complainant, respondent or anyone involved in a complaint may be represented by an:
  • Authorized representative
    You can authorize a person who is not a lawyer to communicate with us. An authorized representative could be a relative, friend or advisor.
    Authorized Representative Form.pdfAuthorized Representative Form.pdf

  • Litigation representative
    This is a person who represents a minor under 18 or a person who lacks legal capacity to participate in the complaint process.
    Litigation Representative Form.pdfLitigation Representative Form.pdf

  • Lawyer
    You may choose to hire a lawyer. If you do get legal help, you pay the costs of the lawyer yourself. No form is needed.-
Completing the form
You can download the representative form to your computer. Save the form to your computer first. Enter your information on the form and save it. This is the preferred method.
Alternatively, you can print the form and handwrite your information on the form. Please note, if you are printing your complaint form, print the form on one side only, leaving the back pages blank. This also applies to any additional pages.
To request a print copy of any form, email or leave a message at 780-427-7661. To call toll-free within Alberta, dial 310-0000.
Upon request, the Commission will email or mail you a large print version of a representative form.
Submitting the form
Email your completed form to
If you are not able to email your completed form, you can mail or fax to, or drop off at, either Commission office.
Southern Regional Office
200 - 620 7 Ave SW
Calgary, AB T2P 0Y8
Fax: 403-297-6567

Northern Regional Office
800 - 10405 Jasper Ave NW
Edmonton, AB T5J 4R7
Fax: 780-427-6013.
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Revised: December 15, 2020

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