Canadian International Trade Tribunal Rules
24.1 (1) Except in the case of rule 33, if a party is unable or fails to file a notice, statement, report, subpoena, brief, response to a questionnaire or other document within the applicable time limit, the party may make a written request to the Tribunal for permission to file that document.
(2) A request under subrule (1) shall be made by filing the request and eight copies of it.
(3) The request must set out
(a) the relevance of the document; and
(b) the reasons why the document was not filed on time and why it should be accepted.
(4) The Tribunal may allow the document to be filed, in whole or in part, if it determines that to do so is fair and equitable in the circumstances.
(5) The Tribunal shall notify the parties of its decision under subrule (4).
- SOR/2000-139, s. 14
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