Crown Liability and Proceedings (Provincial Court) Regulations

Version of section 8 from 2006-03-22 to 2018-11-22:

  •  (1) Subject to sections 37 to 39 of the Canada Evidence Act, where the Attorney General or an agency of the Crown would, if the Crown were a private person, be required under the provincial rules to file or serve a list or an affidavit of documents, the Deputy Attorney General shall, subject to the same conditions as apply between subject and subject, file or serve a list of the documents relating to the matter of which the Crown has knowledge within 60 days after the event that under the provincial rules gives rise to the obligation to file or serve the list or affidavit, or within such further time as may be allowed by the court.

  • (2) Where, under provincial rules, a party would be entitled to obtain production for inspection of any document or a copy of any document as against or from the Crown, if the Crown were a private person, such production for inspection or copy may be had, subject to sections 37 to 39 of the Canada Evidence Act, under order of the court after consideration has been given to any objection that would be available to the Crown if the Crown were a private person.

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