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Canadian International Trade Tribunal Rules

Version of section 16 from 2006-03-22 to 2018-04-25:

  •  (1) For the purpose of section 45 of the Act, a counsel for a party, other than a counsel who is not a resident of Canada or who is a director, servant or employee of the party, who wishes access to confidential information provided to the Tribunal shall provide the Tribunal with a declaration and undertaking on the relevant Tribunal form in respect of the use, disclosure, reproduction, protection and storage of the confidential information in the record of a proceeding, as well as that counsel’s disposal of the confidential information at the close of the proceeding or in the event of a change of counsel.

  • (2) For the purpose of section 45 of the Act, a counsel for a party who is not a resident of Canada who wishes access to confidential information provided to the Tribunal shall provide the Tribunal with a declaration and undertaking on the relevant Tribunal form in respect of the use, disclosure, reproduction, protection and storage of the confidential information in the record of a proceeding, as well as that counsel’s disposal of the confidential information at the close of the proceeding or in the event of a change of counsel.

  • (3) A person who is recognized by the Tribunal as an expert, who is acting under the control and direction of a counsel to whom confidential information has been disclosed and who wishes access to some or all of the confidential information shall provide the Tribunal with a declaration and undertaking on the relevant Tribunal form in respect of the use, disclosure, reproduction, protection and storage of the confidential information in the record of a proceeding, as well as that expert’s disposal of the confidential information at the close of the proceeding or in the event of a change of expert.

  • (4) Any party or interested person may request, by way of notice of motion in accordance with rule 24, that the Tribunal not disclose some or all of the confidential information to a counsel or expert.

  • (5) The Tribunal shall notify counsel, including counsel referred to in subrule (2), and the expert, if any, of its decision whether or not to disclose the confidential information and on what terms and conditions such disclosure would be made, and, in the case of a decision not to disclose the information, the Tribunal shall serve its decision in writing, with reasons, on the counsel and the expert.

  • SOR/2000-139, s. 8
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