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Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act

Version of section 14 from 2002-12-31 to 2003-03-31:

Marginal note:Court of appeal

  •  (1) An appeal under section 13 lies to the highest court of final resort in or for the province in which the proceeding originated.

  • Marginal note:Practice

    (2) All appeals under section 13 shall be regulated as far as possible according to the practice in other cases of the court appealed to, but no appeal shall be entertained unless, within twenty-one days after the rendering of the order or decision being appealed, or within such further time as the court appealed from, or, in the Yukon Territory, a judge of the Supreme Court of Canada, allows, the appellant has taken proceedings therein to perfect his appeal, and within that time he has made a deposit or given sufficient security according to the practice of the court appealed to that he will duly prosecute the appeal and pay such costs as may be awarded to the respondent and comply with any terms as to security or otherwise imposed by the judge giving leave to appeal.

  • R.S., c. C-25, s. 14
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