PART 7Motions (continued)
Marginal note:Motions in writing
Marginal note:Request for oral hearing
(2) A respondent to a motion brought in accordance with subsection (1) shall serve and file a respondent’s record within 10 days after being served under rule 364 and, if the respondent objects to disposition of the motion in writing, indicate in its written representations or memorandum of fact and law the reasons why the motion should not be disposed of in writing.
(3) A moving party may serve and file written representations in reply within four days after being served with a respondent’s record under subsection (2).
Marginal note:Disposition of motion
(4) On the filing of a reply under subsection (3) or on the expiration of the period allowed for a reply, the Court may dispose of a motion in writing or fix a time and place for an oral hearing of the motion.
Marginal note:Abandonment of motion
Marginal note:Deemed abandonment
(2) Where a moving party fails to appear at the hearing of a motion without serving and filing a notice of abandonment, it is deemed to have abandoned the motion.
Marginal note:Testimony regarding issue of fact
371 On motion, the Court may, in special circumstances, authorize a witness to testify in court in relation to an issue of fact raised on a motion.
PART 8Preservation of Rights in Proceedings
Marginal note:Motion before proceeding commenced
Marginal note:Undertaking to commence proceeding
(2) A party bringing a motion before the commencement of a proceeding shall undertake to commence the proceeding within the time fixed by the Court.
Interim and Interlocutory Injunctions
Marginal note:Undertaking to abide by order
(2) Unless a judge orders otherwise, a party bringing a motion for an interlocutory injunction shall undertake to abide by any order concerning damages caused by the granting or extension of the injunction.
Marginal note:Expedited hearing
(3) Where it appears to a judge that the issues in a motion for an interlocutory injunction should be decided by an expedited hearing of the proceeding, the judge may make an order under rule 385.
Marginal note:Evidence at hearing
(4) A judge may order that any evidence submitted at the hearing of a motion for an interlocutory injunction shall be considered as evidence submitted at the hearing of the proceeding.
Marginal note:Interim injunction
(2) A motion to extend an interim injunction that was granted on an ex parte motion may be brought only on notice to every party affected by the injunction, unless the moving party can demonstrate that a party has been evading service or that there are other sufficient reasons to extend the interim injunction without notice to the party.
(3) Where a motion to extend an interim injunction under subsection (2) is brought ex parte, the extension may be granted for a further period of not more than 14 days.
Appointment of a Receiver
Marginal note:Motion to appoint receiver
Marginal note:Remuneration and security
(2) An order under subsection (1) shall set out the remuneration to be paid to, and the amount of security to be given by, the receiver.
Marginal note:Approval of receiver’s accounts
376 A receiver appointed under rule 375 shall, by motion to the Court, seek approval of the receiver’s accounts on an annual basis.
Preservation of Property
Marginal note:Motion for order in respect of property
Marginal note:Interim order
(2) Rule 374 applies to interim orders for the custody or preservation of property referred to in subsection (1), with such modifications as the circumstances require.
Marginal note:Order to identify property
Marginal note:Scope of order
(2) An order under subsection 377(1) shall be directed solely to the protection of the property in question.
Marginal note:Sale of perishable or deteriorating property
379 Where any property, other than real property or immoveables, that is the subject-matter of a proceeding or the subject of a question that may arise in a proceeding
(a) is of a perishable nature,
(b) is likely to deteriorate if kept, or
(c) should for any other reason be sold without delay,
on motion, the Court may order the sale of the property, in such a manner and on such conditions as may be specified in the order.
PART 9Case Management and Dispute Resolution Services
Status Review — Federal Court
Marginal note:Actions — Federal Court
(a) 180 days have elapsed since the issuance of the statement of claim and no statement of defence has been filed and no motion for default judgement is pending, the Administrator shall issue a notice of status review, in Form 380, to the parties; or
(b) 360 days have elapsed since the issuance of the statement of claim and no requisition for a pre-trial conference has been filed, the Court shall order that the action continue as a specially managed proceeding and may make an order under rule 385.
Marginal note:Applications — Federal Court
(2) If, in an application commenced in the Federal Court, 180 days have elapsed since the issuance of the notice of application and no requisition for a hearing date has been filed, the Court may
(3) Subsections (1) and (2) do not apply to an action or an application continued as a specially managed proceeding or in respect of which a motion to continue the proceeding as a specially managed proceeding is pending.
- SOR/98-106, s. 380
- err.(F), Vol. 132, No. 12
- SOR/2007-214, s. 1
Marginal note:Filing of timetable
381 If the Court orders that an action or an application continue as a specially managed proceeding under paragraph 380(1)(b) or (2)(b), and no order under rule 385 has been made in accordance with that paragraph, the plaintiff or applicant, within 20 days of the date of the order, shall serve and file a proposed timetable for the completion of the steps necessary to advance the proceeding in an expeditious manner.
- SOR/2007-214, s. 1
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