C-25.01 - Code of Civil Procedure

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178. Once the case has been set down for trial, a notice of the scheduled trial date is notified by the court clerk to the parties and their lawyers unless a trial date was set by the court or with the parties’ consent. The notice is notified at least one month but not more than two months before the trial date, unless the parties agree to a shorter notice period. The notice is presumed to have been received if the notification is recorded in the court register.
The fact that a party did not receive the notice is not grounds for postponing the trial if its lawyer received it.
2014, c. 1, a. 178.