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

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31. Priority on the roll. Cases which must be heard and decided without delay pursuant to a provision of the law or a decision of the Chief Justice or a judge designated by the Chief Justice for that purpose have priority on the roll, and in particular the following cases:
(a)  cases incidental to the forced execution of judgments (Code of Civil Procedure (chapter C-25.01), a. 659);
(b)  cases to contest a claim produced by a creditor in connection with a seizure in the hands of third persons (Code of Civil Procedure, a. 711);
(c)  cases to contest a claim produced in a case of voluntary deposit (Code of Civil Procedure, a. 667);
(d)  cases relating to applications for authorization for seizure before judgment (Code of Civil Procedure, aa. 518, 519, 522 and 523).
2016-05-20-aDecision 2016-05-20, s. 31.
In force: 2016-06-16
31. Priority on the roll. Cases which must be heard and decided without delay pursuant to a provision of the law or a decision of the Chief Justice or a judge designated by the Chief Justice for that purpose have priority on the roll, and in particular the following cases:
(a)  cases incidental to the forced execution of judgments (Code of Civil Procedure (chapter C-25.01), a. 659);
(b)  cases to contest a claim produced by a creditor in connection with a seizure in the hands of third persons (Code of Civil Procedure, a. 711);
(c)  cases to contest a claim produced in a case of voluntary deposit (Code of Civil Procedure, a. 667);
(d)  cases relating to applications for authorization for seizure before judgment (Code of Civil Procedure, aa. 518, 519, 522 and 523).
2016-05-20-aDecision 2016-05-20, s. 31.