ADDITION OF INTERESTED PERSONS
12. (1) A person that wishes to be added to the proceedings as an interested person may make a motion for that purpose in accordance with Rules 13 to 18.
(2) In deciding whether or not to add the person to the proceedings, the Tribunal must consider whether
(a) they have a substantial interest in the proceedings;
(b) their position is already represented in the proceedings;
(c) their intervention would serve the public interest or the interests of justice; and
(d) their participation would assist the Tribunal in its determination of the issues.
(3) If the Tribunal adds the person to the proceedings, the Tribunal must provide directions to them regarding their role in the proceedings.
Marginal note:Submission of question
13. (1) A party may, by motion, submit any procedural or evidentiary question to the Tribunal.
(2) Except for a motion referred to in subrule 15(1), a party must make a motion as soon as feasible after it determines that there is a need to submit the question to the Tribunal.
(3) The Tribunal may provide directions to the parties regarding the time and manner in which it will hear their arguments and receive their evidence.
Marginal note:Correction of defects
14. If the content or service of a document that is filed is defective, the party that filed the document may make a motion to correct the defect.
Marginal note:Confidentiality order
15. (1) A party may make a motion for an order that information contained in a filed document, or that the entire document, be kept confidential.
(2) The motion must be made in writing at the time the document is filed.
Marginal note:Notice of motion
(3) In the notice of motion, the party must identify the information or document for which the order is requested and the harm that would result from its disclosure.
Marginal note:Redacted document
(4) If the Tribunal orders that information contained in a document is to be kept confidential, the party must provide the registrar with a version of the document that is redacted to reflect the terms of the order and that is marked with the word “NON-CONFIDENTIAL” in bold-faced and capitalized letters.
Marginal note:Marking filed document
(5) If the Tribunal orders that information contained in a document, or that the entire document, is to be kept confidential, the registrar must mark the filed copy of that document with the word “CONFIDENTIAL” in bold-faced and capitalized letters.
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