In Montreal, motions presented to the judge alone are heard in room RC-18 every weekday from 9:30 am during the weeks when the judge alone sits. Motions that fall within the jurisdiction of the clerk are heard at 9:00 a.m.
• In Quebec City, motions presented to the judge alone are heard in room 4.30 every weekday from 9:30 am during the weeks when the judge alone sits. Motions that fall within the jurisdiction of the clerk are heard at 9:00 a.m.
• The wearing of a gown is not obligatory for lawyers.
• A limited number of motions are heard on each of the hearing days, hence the need to regularly check the schedule of days available to present a motion to ensure that there are still places available on the roll. To do this, consult the section “Calendar – Available hearing days – Motions”.
• Reminder: For a motion to be put on the roll, it must be accompanied by all the documents necessary for its adjudication. For more details on this, see Practice Direction G-6.
|NOTICE - COVID-19 PANDEMIC: As of June 28, 2021, new guidelines for motions presented to the judge alone enter into force. For more details, see section on "COVID-19 - Pandemic - Update"|
|Checklist for filing applications |
A checklist is available to ensure that your application satisfy the required form of presentation. To see the checklist: Checklist for Applications and Books of authorities
***Note that the hearing rolls for the judge alone are published 24 to 48 hours before the hearing day and may be subject to last minute changes that will not be published.***
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