Federal Courts Act
Marginal note:Sittings of the Federal Court
15 (1) Subject to the Rules, any judge of the Federal Court may sit and act at any time and at any place in Canada for the transaction of the business of the court or any part of it and, when a judge so sits or acts, the judge constitutes the court.
Marginal note:Arrangements to be made by Chief Justice of the Federal Court
(2) Subject to the Rules, the Chief Justice of the Federal Court shall make all arrangements that may be necessary or proper for the holding of courts, or otherwise for the transaction of business of the Federal Court, and the arrangements from time to time of judges to hold the courts or to transact that business.
Marginal note:Hearings in different places
(3) The trial or hearing of any matter in the Federal Court may, by order of that court, take place partly at one place and partly at another.
- R.S., 1985, c. F-7, s. 15
- 2002, c. 8, s. 23
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