In civil matters, where the appeal requires leave, two copies of the notice to appeal and two copies of the application for leave to appeal shall be filed with the Court office (s. 33 of the Regulation of the Court of Appeal of Quebec in Civil Matters (R.C.A.Q.Civ.M.)). In this event, it is common for the applicant to reproduce the same schedules in support of both pleadings, which constitutes a redundancy that is not desirable and not required by the Regulation of the Court of Appeal of Quebec in Civil Matters. In fact, section 31 R.C.A.Q.Civ.M. specifies that the schedules joined to the notice of appeal in a civil matter are the copy of the judgment under appeal and the copy of the notice of judgment. As for the application for leave to appeal, it must be accompanied by a copy of all the documents necessary for its adjudication, without it being “necessary to attach a copy of the notice of appeal and its schedules.” The office of the Court therefore invites the parties to pay particular attention to these rules to avoid duplicate copies of the same schedules.