Appeal Book and Compendium (Divisional Court)

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R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 194: RULES OF CIVIL PROCEDURE

61.10 (1) The appeal book and compendium shall contain, in consecutively numbered pages with numbered tabs arranged in the following order,

(a) a table of contents describing each document by its nature and date;
(b) a copy of the notice of appeal and of any notice of cross-appeal or supplementary notice of appeal or cross-appeal;
(c) a copy of the order or decision appealed from as signed and entered;
(d) a copy of the reasons of the court or tribunal appealed from, with a further typed or printed copy if the reasons are handwritten;
(e) if an earlier order or decision was the subject of the hearing before the court or tribunal appealed from, a copy of the order or decision, as signed and entered, and a copy of any reasons for it, with a further typed or printed copy if the reasons are handwritten;
(f) a copy of the pleadings or notice of application or of any other document that initiated the proceeding or defines the issues in it;
(g) a copy of any excerpts from a transcript of evidence that are referred to in the appellant’s factum;
(h) a copy of any exhibits that are referred to in the appellant’s factum;
(i) a copy of any other documents relevant to the hearing of the appeal that are referred to in the appellant’s factum;
(j) a copy of the certificates or agreement respecting evidence referred to in rule 61.05;
(k) a copy of any order made in respect of the conduct of the appeal; and
(l) a certificate (Form 61H) signed by the appellant’s lawyer, or on the lawyer’s behalf by someone he or she has specifically authorized, stating that the contents of the appeal book and compendium are complete and legible. O. Reg. 19/03, s. 14.
(2) The Registrar may refuse to accept an appeal book and compendium if it does not comply with these rules or is not legible. O. Reg. 19/03, s. 14.

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References

  1. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 194: RULES OF CIVIL PROCEDURE, <https://www.ontario.ca/laws/regulation/900194>, reterived 2021-04-07