98. After service of the notice provided for in article 95 or 96 or at any time in the case of a demand contemplated in article 97, the Attorney General may intervene in the case on behalf of the Crown and file written conclusions upon which the court must adjudicate.
In the cases contemplated in articles 95 and 96, the prothonotary transmits a copy of the judgment to the Attorney General without delay. In the cases contemplated in article 97, he does so if the judge has ordered the proceeding which contains the demand served upon the Attorney General or if the latter has intervened in the case.
1965 (1st sess.), c. 80, a. 98; 1979, c. 37, s. 11.