47. Record under advisement. Before giving the record to the judge, the court clerk ensures that it contains the pleadings, exhibits, applications in the course of the proceeding and examinations taken outside the presence of the court, consecutively numbered according to the date of their filing, as well as any written argument required by the court.
If the record is incomplete, the clerk notifies the lawyers so that they may remedy the default.
No case is taken under advisement and no record sent to the judge until it has been completed, unless the judge decides otherwise.
Decision 2016-05-20, s. 47.