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

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3. Designation of parties and format of pleadings. Pleadings must be legibly written on one side of a good quality paper measuring 21.25 cm × 28 cm (8.5 inches × 11 inches) – the nature and object of the pleading must be indicated on the back, with the record number and the names of the parties, the party filing it, as well as the name, address, postal code, telephone number, e-mail address and computer code of that party’s attorney or notary.
Agreements to be attached to a judgment must be drafted on one side only of a good quality paper measuring 21.25 cm × 28 cm (8.5 inches by 11 inches).
An originating application indicates the name, address and postal code of the parties.
Every pleading of a party must be signed by the party’s lawyer or notary, in the cases provided for by law. If a party is not represented by a lawyer or notary, the pleading must be signed by the party.
In every pleading, the parties keep the same order and designation as in the originating application.
2016-05-20-aDecision 2016-05-20, s. 3.
In force: 2016-06-16
3. Designation of parties and format of pleadings. Pleadings must be legibly written on one side of a good quality paper measuring 21.25 cm × 28 cm (8.5 inches × 11 inches) – the nature and object of the pleading must be indicated on the back, with the record number and the names of the parties, the party filing it, as well as the name, address, postal code, telephone number, e-mail address and computer code of that party’s attorney or notary.
Agreements to be attached to a judgment must be drafted on one side only of a good quality paper measuring 21.25 cm × 28 cm (8.5 inches by 11 inches).
An originating application indicates the name, address and postal code of the parties.
Every pleading of a party must be signed by the party’s lawyer or notary, in the cases provided for by law. If a party is not represented by a lawyer or notary, the pleading must be signed by the party.
In every pleading, the parties keep the same order and designation as in the originating application.
2016-05-20-aDecision 2016-05-20, s. 3.