265. Articles 834 to 858 and 861 of the Code of Civil Procedure (chapter C-25) apply to judgments and decisions rendered under this Code.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, no remedy under the said articles may be exercised in the case of a judgment or decision that is or was appealable by operation of law or with leave.
Where the judge dismisses an application for an extraordinary remedy or habeas corpus proceedings, he may do so with or without costs, in the amount fixed by regulation. Where he grants the application, he may do so without costs or order that the amount be determined, if advisable, at the time of the judgment on the proceedings.