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Rules of Procedure for Hearings Before the Military Police Complaints Commission, 2022 (SOR/2022-9)

Regulations are current to 2024-05-28

SCHEDULE 2(Section 61)Summons to Witness

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You are required to attend before the Military Police Complaints Commission at a hearing to be held at blank line (address), on blank line (day and date), at blank line (time), and so on from day to day until the hearing is concluded or the Commission otherwise orders, to give evidence under oath or solemn affirmation in respect of the hearing.

You are to bring with you and produce at that time and place any relevant documents or other things under your control, including: blank line (Specify the nature and date of each document or other material and give sufficient details in order to identify them).

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If you fail to attend and give evidence at the hearing, or to produce the documents or things at the time and place specified, you are liable, under section 302 of the National Defence Act, to a fine of not more than $500 or to imprisonment for a term of not more than six months or to both.

A person, other than an officer or non-commissioned member of the Canadian Forces or an officer or employee of the Department of National Defence, is entitled, under section 251.2 of the National Defence Act, at the discretion of the Military Police Complaints Commission, to receive payment of the same fees and allowances for attendance at the hearing as are paid for the attendance of a witness summoned to attend before the Federal Court.


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