530. An application for judicial review is presented before the Superior Court on the date specified in the attached notice of presentation, which cannot be less than 15 days after service of the application. The judicial review is conducted by preference.
Unless the court decides otherwise, the application does not stay proceedings pending before another court or the execution of the judgment or decision under review. If necessary, the court orders that the exhibits it specifies be sent without delay to the court clerk.
A review judgment that rules in favour of the applicant is served on the parties if it orders that something be done or not be done.
2014, c. 1, a. 530; I.N. 2016-12-01.