49. Technological means. The court may, on its own initiative or at the written request of a party, hear an application using any appropriate technological means. The use of such technology is contingent on the quality of the equipment used and its availability. After examination, the judge communicates a decision to the parties.
Where applicable, the parties make representations in the judge’s courtroom, in a suitably equipped room, or in the judge’s chambers.
The parties and their lawyers or notaries are responsible for providing the judge’s office with the contact information to be used and for being available and reachable at the time set.
At all times, a sound recording is required for conservation and reproduction purposes.