I-14 - The Education Act for Cree, Inuit and Naskapi Native Persons

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466. As soon as the ten days mentioned in section 465 have expired, the case shall be placed by the clerk upon the roll for trial, and may be heard on the fifth working day after such inscription, or on any other day fixed by the judge. If the case be not concluded during the term it may be continued to the next term.
The court may always adjourn the trial of the case if it appears to the court that the motives of the contestation are not sufficiently detailed in the notice, and it may, upon such conditions as appear fair to it, order that the details be furnished by the contesting party, before the trial or before the continuation of such trial.
R. S. 1964, c. 235, s. 513; I.N. 2016-01-01 (NCCP); 2020, c. 122020, c. 12, s. 129.
466. As soon as the ten days mentioned in section 465 have expired, the case shall be placed by the clerk upon the roll for trial, and may be heard on the fifth working day after such inscription, or on any other day fixed by the judge. If the case be not concluded during the term it may be continued to the next term.
The court may always adjourn the trial of the case if it appears to the court that the motives of the appeal are not sufficiently detailed in the notice, and it may, upon such conditions as appear fair to it, order that the details be furnished by the appellant, before the trial or before the continuation of such trial.
R. S. 1964, c. 235, s. 513; I.N. 2016-01-01 (NCCP).
466. As soon as the ten days mentioned in section 465 have expired, the case shall be placed by the clerk upon the roll for proof and hearing, and may be heard on the fifth juridical day after such inscription, or on any other day fixed by the judge. If the case be not concluded during the term it may be continued to the next term.
The court may always adjourn the hearing of the case if it appears to the court that the motives of the appeal are not sufficiently detailed in the notice, and it may, upon such conditions as appear fair to it, order that the details be furnished by the appellant, before the hearing of the case or before the continuation of such hearing.
R. S. 1964, c. 235, s. 513.