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Canadian International Trade Tribunal Rules

Version of section 24 from 2006-03-22 to 2018-04-25:

  •  (1) The Tribunal shall proceed by way of notice of motion if

    • (a) it decides not to proceed by way of written request under rule 23.1; or

    • (b) these Rules so specify.

  • (2) A notice of motion shall be in writing and set out

    • (a) a clear and concise statement of the facts, which must be accompanied by an affidavit if the Tribunal so directs; and

    • (b) the decision or order sought and the grounds for seeking it.

  • (3) A notice of motion given by a party shall be filed with the Secretary and served on the parties not less than three days before the day fixed for the commencement of the hearing.

  • (4) Any party who wishes to answer a notice of motion shall file a written answer with the Secretary and serve a copy of it on the other parties.

  • (5) Where a party wishes to submit a document in support of a notice of motion or answer, the document shall accompany the notice or answer in question and the party shall file it with the Secretary and serve a copy of it on the other parties.

  • (6) Unless the Tribunal directs otherwise, a decision or order on a notice of motion shall be made in writing.

  • (7) Notwithstanding subrules (2) to (5), a notice of motion in connection with a matter that has not come to the attention of a party prior to the commencement of a hearing may be given orally at the hearing and shall be disposed of in accordance with such procedure as the Tribunal may direct.

  • SOR/2000-139, s. 13
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