20. The argument must contain 5 parts: (1) Part I: FACTS
The appellant must state the facts succinctly.
The respondent must state its position with respect to the appellant’s statement of facts and, if necessary, state any other facts considered relevant;
(2) Part II: ISSUES IN DISPUTE
The appellant must set forth the issues in dispute concisely. The respondent must state its position concisely in regard to the issues the appellant raises and list any other issues to be argued;
(3) Part III: ARGUMENT
The parties must develop their arguments regarding the issues in dispute, with precise references to the schedules;
(4) Part IV: CONCLUSIONS
The parties must state precisely the conclusions sought, including with respect to costs;
(5) Part V: AUTHORITIES
The parties must draw a list of authorities for the case law and doctrine cited, arranged in the order in which they are cited in the argument and indicating the paragraphs at which they are mentioned.