Civil Aviation Tribunal Rules
Rules Governing the Practice and Procedure in Connection with Matters Dealt with by the Civil Aviation Tribunal
P.C. 1986-1265 1986-05-29
Her Excellency the Governor General in Council, on the recommendation of the Minister of Transport, pursuant to subsection 29(3)Footnote * of the Aeronautics Act, is pleased hereby to approve effective June 1, 1986 the annexed Rules governing the practice and procedure in connection with matters dealt with by the Civil Aviation Tribunal, made by the Civil Aviation Tribunal.
Return to footnote *S.C. 1985, c. 28, s. 5
2. In these Rules,
“Act” means the Aeronautics Act; (Loi)
“party” means a party to a proceeding; (partie)
“proceeding” means a review under section 6.9, 7 or 7.1 of the Act, an appeal under section 7.2 or 8.1 of the Act or a proceeding under section 7.9 of the Act; (instance)
“registrar” means a registrar of the Tribunal, and includes a deputy registrar; (greffier)
“registry” means the principal office of the Tribunal in the National Capital Region or such other offices as the Tribunal may establish from time to time. (greffe)
- SOR/93-346, s. 1.
3. These Rules apply to all proceedings.
4. Where a procedural matter not provided for by the Act or by these Rules arises during the course of any proceeding, the Tribunal may take any action it considers necessary to enable it to settle the matter effectively, completely and fairly.
5. Service of a document, other than a summons referred to in section 14, shall be effected by personal service or by registered mail.
6. Where service of a document is effected by registered mail, the date of service is the date of receipt of the document.
7. Where a party is required or authorized to file a document with the Tribunal, the document may be filed by depositing it in the registry personally, by mailing it or sending it by courier to the registry or by transmitting it to the registry by telex, facsimile or other electronic means of communication if the registry has the necessary facilities for accepting transmission in such manner.
8. The date of filing of a document with the Tribunal is the date of receipt of the document at the registry, as evidenced on the document by means of the filing stamp of the Tribunal.
- SOR/93-346, s. 2(E).
9. Where a time limit prescribed by or pursuant to the Act or these Rules falls on a Saturday, Sunday or holiday, the time limit is extended to the next following business day.
- SOR/93-346, s. 3(E).
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