C-25.01, r. 0.2.1 - Regulation of the Superior Court of Québec in civil matters

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18. Identification of exhibits and pagination. An exhibit that has been disclosed and produced must be identified by one letter for each party, followed by a consecutive number from the beginning to the end of the record.
Exhibits retain the same identification for all applications, on the merits and in the course of a proceeding.
The identification of the exhibit and the number of the record must appear on the front and back of each exhibit, if applicable. The number of the record need not be repeated if several exhibits are joined together.
The party that produces a document must paginate it if it is not already paginated.
2016-05-20-aDecision 2016-05-20, s. 18.
In force: 2016-06-16
18. Identification of exhibits and pagination. An exhibit that has been disclosed and produced must be identified by one letter for each party, followed by a consecutive number from the beginning to the end of the record.
Exhibits retain the same identification for all applications, on the merits and in the course of a proceeding.
The identification of the exhibit and the number of the record must appear on the front and back of each exhibit, if applicable. The number of the record need not be repeated if several exhibits are joined together.
The party that produces a document must paginate it if it is not already paginated.
2016-05-20-aDecision 2016-05-20, s. 18.