C-25.01, r. 0.2.4 - Regulation of the Superior Court of Québec in family matters

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7. Setting down on the roll: Upon the expiry of the time allotted for the answer, the clerk of the Court sets the appeal down on the roll of the Family Chamber, 15 days thereafter or on the first day of the next session, and gives notice to the parties or their lawyers.
On the day fixed, the parties or their lawyers must be present to inform the Court of the nature of the case and the duration of the hearing. The judge then sets a definitive date for the hearing of the appeal, which proceeds on that date without further notice.
If a party is absent or is not represented on the day fixed, the Court may apply the powers provided for in section 11 of this Regulation.
2016-05-20-dDecision 2016-05-20, s. 7.
In force: 2016-06-16
7. Setting down on the roll: Upon the expiry of the time allotted for the answer, the clerk of the Court sets the appeal down on the roll of the Family Chamber, 15 days thereafter or on the first day of the next session, and gives notice to the parties or their lawyers.
On the day fixed, the parties or their lawyers must be present to inform the Court of the nature of the case and the duration of the hearing. The judge then sets a definitive date for the hearing of the appeal, which proceeds on that date without further notice.
If a party is absent or is not represented on the day fixed, the Court may apply the powers provided for in section 11 of this Regulation.
2016-05-20-dDecision 2016-05-20, s. 7.