C-25.01 - Code of Civil Procedure

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545. The application is presented to the court clerk, who determines whether it is admissible. If the application is admissible, the court record is opened. If the application is not admissible, the court clerk notifies a notice so informing the plaintiff and specifying that the latter may, within 15 days after the notification, ask for a review of the decision by the court, which decides the matter on the face of the record.
If admissible, the application is filed with the court office and the exhibits or copies of the exhibits must be filed within 10 days after the application is filed. If originals of the exhibits are not filed within that time limit, they may be produced on the day of the trial.
2014, c. 1, a. 545; 2020, c. 292020, c. 29, s. 41.
545. The application is presented to the court clerk, who determines whether it is admissible. If the application is admissible, the court record is opened. If the application is not admissible, the court clerk notifies a notice so informing the plaintiff and specifying that the latter may, within 15 days after the notification, ask for a review of the decision by the court, which decides the matter on the face of the record.
If admissible, the application is filed with the court office together with the exhibits or copies of the exhibits. In all instances, if originals of the exhibits are not filed with the application, they may be produced on the day of the trial.
2014, c. 1, a. 545.