Transportation Appeal Tribunal of Canada Rules
15 (1) Where a person has been summoned to appear as a witness before the Tribunal and does not appear, the party that requested the issuance of the summons may apply to the Tribunal for a warrant directing a peace officer to cause the person who failed to appear to be apprehended anywhere in Canada and, subsequent to the apprehension, to be
(a) detained in custody and forthwith brought before the Tribunal until his presence as a witness is no longer required; or
(b) released on a recognizance, with or without sureties, conditional on the person’s appearance at the date, time and place specified therein to give evidence at a proceeding.
(2) An application made pursuant to subsection (1) shall contain information indicating that
(a) the person named in the summons
(i) was served with the summons in accordance with subsection 14(2),
(ii) was paid or offered witness fees and allowances in accordance with subsection 14(3), and
(iii) failed to attend or remain in attendance before the Tribunal in accordance with the requirements of the summons; and
(b) the presence of the person named in the summons is material to the proceeding.
- SOR/93-346, s. 6(E)
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