T-15.1, r. 1.1 - Rules of evidence and procedure of the Administrative Labour Tribunal

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46. A party who wants a matter brought before the Tribunal, including an application for a provisional order, to be heard and decided by preference must file a written document setting out the grounds in support of the main application and the conclusions sought, as well as the grounds in support of the application for proceeding by preference.
Unless the Tribunal itself summons the parties, the application must also contain a notice indicating the date, time and place where the application will be heard. That information must have been validated by the Tribunal beforehand.
A sworn statement attesting to the truthfulness of the facts alleged in the application must be submitted along with an application for a provisional order, as well as the documents invoked in support of the application.
385-2017O.C. 385-2017, s. 46.
In force: 2017-05-04
46. A party who wants a matter brought before the Tribunal, including an application for a provisional order, to be heard and decided by preference must file a written document setting out the grounds in support of the main application and the conclusions sought, as well as the grounds in support of the application for proceeding by preference.
Unless the Tribunal itself summons the parties, the application must also contain a notice indicating the date, time and place where the application will be heard. That information must have been validated by the Tribunal beforehand.
A sworn statement attesting to the truthfulness of the facts alleged in the application must be submitted along with an application for a provisional order, as well as the documents invoked in support of the application.
385-2017O.C. 385-2017, s. 46.