### C-25.1, r. 1 - Regulation respecting the form of statements of offence

6. The statement of offence may be generated entirely in paper form or in electronic form, or partly in paper form and partly in electronic form. It may also be drawn up in paper form, then transferred into electronic form by means of digitization, and may then be converted into hard copy.
Thus a statement of offence may be in paper form, either originally or after conversion from electronic form into hard copy; a statement of offence may also be in electronic form, either originally or after digitization from the paper form.
O.C. 1211-97, s. 6.