Rules of the Court of Appeal of Quebec in Criminal Matters (SI/2006-142)

Regulations are current to 2017-11-20 and last amended on 2007-01-01. Previous Versions

SCHEDULE 2(Section 61)Court of Appeal

CANADA

PROVINCE OF QUEBEC

REGISTRY OF

No.: 500-

Trial

No.:

APPELLANT

v.

RESPONDENT

JOINT REQUEST FOR FACILITATION IN A CRIMINAL MATTER

We hereby present this joint request for facilitation in a criminal matter in order to seek a solution to our criminal case by reaching an agreement that could be submitted to the Court.

We undertake to jointly constitute a summary file that will be filed at the Office of the Court at least seven days prior to the facilitation conference and that will contain the relevant materials for the purpose of the conference, including the notice of appeal, the judgment against which an appeal is taken, as well as the proceedings and exhibits that we determine will be necessary for the conduct of the conference.

We understand that the elapsed delays in appeal will be suspended as of the date of the filing of this joint request.

We undertake to respect the confidential nature of all of the discussions that take place during the facilitation conference, including telephone conferences, video conferences, plenary sessions, individual meetings as well as of all documents submitted during the cond uct of the facilitation.

Date
APPELLANTRESPONDENT
(Counsel responsible for the file)(Counsel responsible for the file)
Name: Name:
Firm: Firm:
Address: Address:
Tel.: Tel.:
Fax: Fax:

Please return a duly signed copy of this form to the Office of the Court of Appeal, clearly indicating on the envelope:

“JOINT REQUEST FOR FACILITATION IN CRIMINAL MATTERS”

 
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