In Montreal, motions presentable before a panel (three judges) are heard each Monday when the Court sits (in civil, criminal and penal matters) in the Pierre-Basile Mignault (RC-08) Courtroom at 9:30 a.m.
In Quebec City, motions presentable before a panel (three judges) are heard one Monday a month (in civil, criminal and penal matters) in Courtroom 4.33 at 9:30 a.m.
For counsel, the wearing of a "gown, bands, white collared shirt and dark garment" are obligatory.
The party filling the application must reserve a presentation date by phoning the Office of the Court (s. 61 C.P.R.) [Montreal: 514-393-2022; Quebec : 418-649-3401]. A limited number of applications are heard on each hearing day, hence the need to reserve a place on the roll. For the available dates for presenting an application before a panel, see Calendar- Available hearing dates – Motions
For information regarding the documents attached to an application and necessary for its adjudication, please see: Practice direction G-7.
For more information, please consult the section 135">Aide-mémoire on "Applications in the Course of a Procceding".
Rolls for motions presentable before a panel
***Please note that the roll is published during the week prior to the date of presentation***