2. These Regulations apply to all complaints made to the Tribunal under subsection 65(1) or section 74, subsection 77(1) or section 83 of the Act.
Marginal note:When notice considered received
3. A notice that is sent to a party, an intervenor or the Canadian Human Rights Commission is considered to have been received by the party, the intervenor or the Canadian Human Rights Commission on
(a) if the notice is sent by electronic means such as electronic mail or fax transmission, the day on which it is sent;
(b) if the notice is sent by courier or delivered by hand, the day on which it is received; and
(c) if the notice is sent by mail, the day that is six days after
(i) the date of the postmark or the date of the postage meter impression authorized by the Canada Post Corporation, or
(ii) if both the postmark and the postage meter impression appear on the envelope, the later of them.
Marginal note:Alternate methods of providing notices and other documents
4. Despite any provisions of these Regulations, the Tribunal may, in the interest of fairness, establish alternate methods of providing notices and other documents.
Marginal note:Amendment of time
5. (1) A party may request the Tribunal to extend or reduce the time within which a complaint may be made or within which notices and other documents must be given in relation to a complaint.
(2) Before determining whether to extend or reduce the time, the Tribunal must provide the other parties an opportunity to make submissions respecting the request.
(3) The Tribunal must determine whether it is in the interest of fairness to extend or reduce the time and, if it is, the length of the extension or reduction.
- SOR/2011-116, s. 2.
6. [Repealed, SOR/2011-116, s. 2]
Marginal note:Computation of time
7. A time period calculated under these Regulations that ends on a Saturday or a holiday is extended to end on the next day after that is not a Saturday or a holiday.
Marginal note:Consolidation of proceedings
8. To ensure the expeditious resolution of complaints, the Tribunal may direct that proceedings be consolidated and may issue directions in respect of the conduct of the consolidated proceedings.
- SOR/2011-116, s. 3.
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