119. Service is proved by a certificate of service drawn up by the bailiff under their oath of office.
The certificate of service must mention
(1) the court record number and the parties’ names;
(2) the nature of the document;
(3) the place, date and time of service;
(4) the name of the person to whom the document was delivered and, if not the addressee, the person’s capacity, or the place where the document was left, if applicable;
(5) if such is the case, the fact that the addressee refused to accept service or that the attempt to serve the document was unsuccessful; and
(6) the amount of the professional fees and expenses.
The bailiff may correct a clerical error in the certificate of service at any time before it is filed with the court office.
2014, c. 1, a. 119; I.N. 2016-12-01.