C-25.01, r. 9 - Regulation of the Court of Québec

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54. Taking under advisement. Before submitting the record to the judge to take under advisement, the clerk ensures that it is complete. If the record is incomplete, the clerk must notify the lawyers or notaries or parties of the fact so that they may remedy the situation within the time set by the judge.
No case may be taken under advisement until the record has been completed, unless the judge decides otherwise.
O.C. 1099-2015, s. 54.