128. The case shall be tried at the chief place of the judicial district where the case has arisen, unless the parties agree otherwise or, for reasons of public interest, the chief judge decides that such case shall be tried elsewhere.
In penal matters, the court shall try the proceedings at the chief place of the judicial district in which the information is laid, unless the judge considers it necessary, in the interest of the administration of justice, that the hearing be held, after notice to the parties, in another chief place.
The Court may sit on any juridical day of the year.
R. S. 1964, c. 141, s. 105; 1969, c. 47, s. 38; 1969, c. 48, s. 31; 1990, c. 4, s. 231.