The appeal brief is a document filed by each party. It is composed of a written argument and schedules. The written argument consists of a maximum of 30 pages. The schedules reproduce the judgment under appeal, the pleadings in the file and all and only those exhibits and depositions necessary for the Court to decide the issues in dispute (Art. 45 C.P.R.).
In some matters (see Article 374 C.C.P.), a memorandum will usually be required, unless a judge decides otherwise. This memorandum is composed of a written argument and schedules. Unless a judge decides otherwise, the written argument consists of a maximum of 10 pages.
General material requirements.
(Brief’s samples are be found here.)
Schedule III can be filed in electronic format, in which case only the excerpts to which the submissions refer shall be reproduced on paper (Art. 46 C.P.R.).
The incidental appellant’s schedule shall not reproduce the content already included in the schedules of the principal appeal (Art. 48 C.P.R.).
(Memoranda’s sample can be found here.)