Rebuttal Form The Complaint Process Human Rights Application Form Reply Form Rebuttal Form Frequently Asked Questions The purpose of the Rebuttal Form is to let you respond to any new points raised in the Reply Form. If nothing new is raised, notify the Human Rights Specialist assigned to your file and advise them that you won’t be filling out a Rebuttal Form. Let us know if you have any questions about this Rebuttal Form. We cannot tell you what to include in your Rebuttal, but we can help you understand how to fill it out. The Rebuttal Form, with the exception of your personal contact information, will be disclosed to the Respondent(s). * RequiredComplaint File Number*1. Your Name*2. Your Email Address* 3. Respondent(s) Name*4. Is there a second respondent?YesNoSecond Respondent’s Name*5. What are the new point(s) raised in the Reply Form?Limit one new point raised to each paragraph. 6. Why do you disagree with each new point(s)?Do not list any facts that you have already raised. 7. Attach any relevant documents that support the points raised in your RebuttalYou will have a chance to provide more information later in our process. Drop files here or What happens next?You can discuss ways in which to resolve this complaint with Commission staff. You will be notified of next steps by the Human Rights Specialist assigned to this complaint. Agreement* I declare that the information in this rebuttal form is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. The collection and disclosure listed above is authorized under sections 61(c) and 68(1)(b) of the Access to Information and Protection of Privacy Act, 2015. If you have any questions regarding this collection or disclosure please contact the Human Rights Commission at 729-2709 or 1-888-563-5808. The information in this Rebuttal Form will be disclosed to the Respondent(s). Your personal contact information will not be given to the Respondent(s) or any person or organization outside the Commission unless required by law (e.g. Access to Information and Protection of Privacy Act, 2015.)CommentsThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.