C-25.01 - Code of Civil Procedure

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179. Once a case has been set down, the judge who is to preside over the trial, or any other judge designated by the chief justice or chief judge, may, on the judge’s own initiative or on request, convene the lawyers to discuss appropriate means of simplifying and shortening the trial.
The lawyers must, on the judge’s request, provide any exhibits or other evidence not already filed in the record that they intend to produce as evidence during the trial.
The agreements and decisions made during the pre-trial conference are recorded in the minutes of the conference and are binding on the parties during the trial.
2014, c. 1, a. 179.