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Federal Courts Rules

Version of section 382.4 from 2022-01-13 to 2024-05-28:

Marginal note:Review to be in writing

  •  (1) Unless the Court directs otherwise, a status review of a proceeding commenced in the Federal Court of Appeal shall be conducted on the basis of the written representations of the parties.

  • Marginal note:Review by a judge

    (2) A judge shall conduct a status review and may

    • (a) if he or she is not satisfied that the proceeding should continue and

      • (i) the party in default is the applicant or the appellant, dismiss the proceeding, or

      • (ii) the party in default is the respondent, grant judgment in favour of the applicant or appellant or order the applicant or appellant to proceed to prove entitlement to the judgment claimed; or

    • (b) if he or she is satisfied that the proceeding should continue,

      • (i) give any directions that are necessary for the just, most expeditious and least expensive outcome of the proceeding, and

      • (ii) fix the period for completion of subsequent steps in the proceeding.

  • SOR/2007-214, s. 1
  • SOR/2021-244, s. 18(E)

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