C-25.01, r. 0.2.1 - Regulation of the Superior Court of Québec in civil matters

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21. Setting down for trial
(a)  Attestation that a record is complete (ARC): After the request for setting down for trial and judgment has been filed in the court office, the clerk verifies whether the record is complete and ready for trial and, if appropriate, signs an attestation specifying the estimated duration of the trial on the merits, and so informs the parties.
(b)  Notice that a record is incomplete: If the Clerk ascertains that the record is incomplete after verification, the Clerk sends a notice to the parties, and the party in default has 30 days to correct the situation.
2016-05-20-aDecision 2016-05-20, s. 21.
In force: 2016-06-16
21. Setting down for trial
(a)  Attestation that a record is complete (ARC): After the request for setting down for trial and judgment has been filed in the court office, the clerk verifies whether the record is complete and ready for trial and, if appropriate, signs an attestation specifying the estimated duration of the trial on the merits, and so informs the parties.
(b)  Notice that a record is incomplete: If the Clerk ascertains that the record is incomplete after verification, the Clerk sends a notice to the parties, and the party in default has 30 days to correct the situation.
2016-05-20-aDecision 2016-05-20, s. 21.