155. In the cases mentioned in article 32, a defendant who is sued before the Provincial Court may, before pleading to the merits, ask that the case be evoked to the Superior Court.
When the defendant has not exercised his right of evocation, or when the defence calls in question immoveable rights or the future rights of the plaintiff, the latter may, before filing his answer to plea, himself ask that the case be evoked to the Superior Court.
1965 (1st sess.), c. 80, a. 155.