C-12 - Charter of human rights and freedoms

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114. Every application shall be submitted to the Tribunal in writing and notified in accordance with the rules provided in the Code of Civil Procedure (chapter C‐25.01), unless it is made in the course of a hearing. Where the said Code provides that a mode of notification requires authorization, it may be obtained from the Tribunal.
The application shall be filed at the office of the Court of Québec in the judicial district where the person on whom the conclusions of the application may be imposed or, in the case of the implementation of an affirmative action program, the person on whom the program has been or may be imposed has his domicile or, failing that, his residence or principal business establishment.
1989, c. 51, s. 16; 1999, c. 40, s. 46; I.N. 2016-01-01 (NCCP).
114. Every application shall be submitted to the Tribunal in writing and served in accordance with the rules provided in the Code of Civil Procedure (chapter C‐25), unless it is made in the course of a hearing. Where the said Code provides that a mode of service requires authorization, it may be obtained from the Tribunal.
The application shall be filed at the office of the Court of Québec in the judicial district where the person on whom the conclusions of the application may be imposed or, in the case of the implementation of an affirmative action program, the person on whom the program has been or may be imposed has his domicile or, failing that, his residence or principal business establishment.
1989, c. 51, s. 16; 1999, c. 40, s. 46.
114. Every application shall be submitted to the Tribunal in writing and served in accordance with the rules provided in the Code of Civil Procedure (chapter C-25), unless it is made in the course of a hearing. Where the said Code provides that a mode of service requires authorization, it may be obtained from the Tribunal.
The application shall be filed at the office of the Court of Québec in the judicial district where the person on whom the conclusions of the application may be imposed or, in the case of the implementation of an affirmative action program, the person on whom the program has been or may be imposed has his domicile or, failing that, his residence or principal place of business.
1989, c. 51, s. 16.