T-15.1 - Act to establish the Administrative Labour Tribunal

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27. The pre-hearing conference is held by a Tribunal member. Its purpose is
(1)  to define the issues to be argued at the hearing;
(2)  to assess the advisability of clarifying and specifying the parties’ contentions and the conclusions sought;
(3)  to ensure that all documentary evidence is exchanged by the parties;
(4)  to plan the conduct of the proceeding and the order of presentation of evidence at the hearing;
(5)  to examine the possibility for the parties of admitting certain facts or of proving them by means of sworn statements; and
(6)  to examine any other matter likely to simplify or accelerate the conduct of the hearing.
The pre-hearing conference may also allow the parties to come to an agreement and thus terminate the matter.
2015, c. 15, s. 27.