Prince Edward Island – Criminal Appeal Rules of Court (SI/2011-109)

Regulations are current to 2014-09-01 and last amended on 2012-02-15. Previous Versions

Manner of Service of Other Notices and Documents in All Other Appeals

  •  (1) In all other appeals, where the Attorney General is not the appellant, or a party is not represented by counsel, or both, service of notices and documents, other than the notice of appeal,

    • (a) when directed to the Attorney General, shall be effected by

      • (i) service on legal counsel instructed by the Attorney General,

      • (ii) prepaid registered mail to the Attorney General or counsel directed by the Attorney General, or

      • (iii) verified facsimile transmission, except in respect of transcripts, appeal books, factums and other documents exceeding 10 pages; and

    • (b) when directed to another party, shall be effected by

      • (i) personal service,

      • (ii) prepaid registered or certified mail to the address of the party set out in the notice of appeal or as filed with the Registrar,

      • (iii) verified facsimile transmission, except in respect of transcripts, appeal books, factums and other documents exceeding 10 pages, or

      • (iv) any other manner that may be directed by the Court.

  • (2) In all appeals referred to in this Rule, the original notice or document, and documents evidencing proof of service, if necessary, shall be filed with the Registrar.