Canadian International Trade Tribunal Rules
20 (1) The Tribunal may, on its own initiative or at the request of any party, summon before it by subpoena any person to attend a hearing and require that person to give evidence on oath or affirmation and to produce documents or other things.
(2) A party may obtain a subpoena by making a request on the relevant Tribunal form that sets out the name, address and telephone and fax numbers of the party and of the person to be subpoenaed.
(3) A subpoena shall be served on the witness personally and, at the time of service, an amount that is not less than the amount to which the witness would have been entitled as fees and allowances if the subpoena had been issued pursuant to Rule 333 of the Federal Court Rules shall be paid or tendered to the witness.
(4) When a subpoena is served on a person, the original copy of the subpoena shall be filed with the Tribunal forthwith, together with proof of service on the person.
- SOR/2000-139, s. 10
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