C-25.01 - Code of Civil Procedure

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226. A party intending to conduct an oral pre-trial examination must inform the person it wishes to examine at least five days in advance, stating the reason why they are called as a witness and the nature, subject, time and place of the examination. If the parties have not reached an agreement on those points, the person is required to attend on the date and at the place specified in a subpoena, which must be served at least five days before the examination.
If the judicial application is founded on an injurious act or omission that is also an indictable offence, the necessary measures must be taken to ensure that the victim is not, without having consented to it, confronted with the alleged or confirmed perpetrator.
2014, c. 1, a. 226.