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

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7. Registers and index. The clerk keeps, in the form of books, cards, films, magnetic recordings, information technology medium, or as otherwise decided by the Chief Justice in agreement with the administration, the following registers and indexes:
(a)  an index of plaintiffs, defendants and other parties;
(b)  an index of elections of domicile;
(c)  an index of the cases taken under advisement, with respect to both incidental proceedings and the merits, containing:
i.  the number of the record;
ii.  the names of the parties;
iii.  the name of the judge;
iv.  the date on which the matter was taken under advisement;
(d)  a court ledger containing:
i.  the number of the case;
ii.  the names of the parties;
iii.  the nature of the application, the amount claimed and the date on which the copy of the application was deposited;
iv.  the nature and the date of receipt of all pleadings;
v.  a concise description of each document filed;
vi.  a concise summary of all judicial orders, judgments rendered in the course of a proceeding or that terminate the proceeding, or judgments on the merits, with their date;
vii.  the date of each session of the Court and the date of the deposit of the minutes of the hearing at that session;
viii.  the date on which the record is complete and the date on which it is sent to the Judge for advisement;
ix.  the nature of any notice of execution requested;
x.  the date of any notice of execution filed in the court office and the date on which the bailiff files a bailiff’s report in the court office;
xi.  the orders made since the filing of the notice of execution;
xii.  the nature and date of receipt of all oppositions, applications for annulment, claims or contestations filed, and the names and addresses of the lawyers concerned, if any;
xiii.  the amount realized, if any;
(e)  a register containing the original copies of judgments except those written and signed on the minutes of a hearing or on an application;
(f)  a journal of the judgments included in the preceding register;
(g)  if applicable, the rolls determined by this Regulation;
(h)  an index of applications for an injunction, habeas corpus applications and applications for judicial review, containing:
i.  the number of the record;
ii.  the names of the parties and of their lawyers;
iii.  the date and nature of the application;
(i)  an index of expropriations containing:
i.  the number of the record;
ii.  the names of the parties and of their lawyers;
iii.  the date of commencement of the proceeding;
(j)  an index of class actions containing:
i.  the number of the record;
ii.  the names of the parties and of their lawyers;
iii.  the date of commencement of the proceeding;
(k)  a register of non-contentious matters containing:
i.  the designation of the parties;
ii.  the object of the proceedings;
iii.  the date of the judgment;
iv.  a mention of the proceedings after judgment;
(l)  all other registers, indexes or cards which may be required by law or ordered by the Chief Justice or determined by the Clerk.
2016-05-20-aDecision 2016-05-20, s. 7.
In force: 2016-06-16
7. Registers and index. The clerk keeps, in the form of books, cards, films, magnetic recordings, information technology medium, or as otherwise decided by the Chief Justice in agreement with the administration, the following registers and indexes:
(a)  an index of plaintiffs, defendants and other parties;
(b)  an index of elections of domicile;
(c)  an index of the cases taken under advisement, with respect to both incidental proceedings and the merits, containing:
i.  the number of the record;
ii.  the names of the parties;
iii.  the name of the judge;
iv.  the date on which the matter was taken under advisement;
(d)  a court ledger containing:
i.  the number of the case;
ii.  the names of the parties;
iii.  the nature of the application, the amount claimed and the date on which the copy of the application was deposited;
iv.  the nature and the date of receipt of all pleadings;
v.  a concise description of each document filed;
vi.  a concise summary of all judicial orders, judgments rendered in the course of a proceeding or that terminate the proceeding, or judgments on the merits, with their date;
vii.  the date of each session of the Court and the date of the deposit of the minutes of the hearing at that session;
viii.  the date on which the record is complete and the date on which it is sent to the Judge for advisement;
ix.  the nature of any notice of execution requested;
x.  the date of any notice of execution filed in the court office and the date on which the bailiff files a bailiff’s report in the court office;
xi.  the orders made since the filing of the notice of execution;
xii.  the nature and date of receipt of all oppositions, applications for annulment, claims or contestations filed, and the names and addresses of the lawyers concerned, if any;
xiii.  the amount realized, if any;
(e)  a register containing the original copies of judgments except those written and signed on the minutes of a hearing or on an application;
(f)  a journal of the judgments included in the preceding register;
(g)  if applicable, the rolls determined by this Regulation;
(h)  an index of applications for an injunction, habeas corpus applications and applications for judicial review, containing:
i.  the number of the record;
ii.  the names of the parties and of their lawyers;
iii.  the date and nature of the application;
(i)  an index of expropriations containing:
i.  the number of the record;
ii.  the names of the parties and of their lawyers;
iii.  the date of commencement of the proceeding;
(j)  an index of class actions containing:
i.  the number of the record;
ii.  the names of the parties and of their lawyers;
iii.  the date of commencement of the proceeding;
(k)  a register of non-contentious matters containing:
i.  the designation of the parties;
ii.  the object of the proceedings;
iii.  the date of the judgment;
iv.  a mention of the proceedings after judgment;
(l)  all other registers, indexes or cards which may be required by law or ordered by the Chief Justice or determined by the Clerk.
2016-05-20-aDecision 2016-05-20, s. 7.