Canadian International Trade Tribunal Rules

Version of section 103 from 2006-03-22 to 2018-04-25:

  •  (1) Subject to subrule 107(5), a government institution shall file a report with the Tribunal not later than 25 days after it has received the documents referred to in Rule 100.

  • (2) A report referred to in subrule (1) shall contain a copy of the following:

    • (a) the complaint;

    • (b) the solicitation, including the specifications or portions thereof relevant to the complaint;

    • (c) all other documents relevant to the complaint;

    • (d) a statement that sets out all findings, actions and recommendations of the government institution and responds fully to all allegations of the complaint; and

    • (e) any additional evidence or information that may be necessary in order to resolve the complaint.

  • (3) The Secretary shall, forthwith after receiving a report referred to in subrule (1),

    • (a) send to the complainant a copy of the statement referred to in paragraph (2)(d) and of the documents referred to in paragraph (2)(c), except any documents that the complainant is not otherwise authorized by law to receive; and

    • (b) make available to all interveners a copy of the material referred to in paragraph (a).

  • (4) The government institution may, within the time limit set out in subrule (1), make a written request to the Tribunal for an extension of that time limit and shall set out in the application the reasons for the extension.

  • (5) The Tribunal shall determine, in writing, whether the specific circumstances of the complaint warrant an extension of the time limit for the submission of the report and, where appropriate, may set a new date for the submission of the report.

  • SOR/93-601, s. 3
  • SOR/2000-139, s. 56
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