C.C.S.M. c. C240

The Court of Appeal Act

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1 "Court" defined
2 (1) How court constituted
(2) Supernumerary judges
3 A court of record
4 Seal
5 Judges
6 Oath or affirmation by judge
7 (1) Powers of judge in chambers
(2) Discharge or variation of order
8 Effect of interlocutory order
9 (1) Appointment of registrar and deputy registrars
(1.1) Appointment of clerks and officers
(2) Taxing officer
10 Jurisdiction
11 (1) Oath or affirmation of office
(2) How administered
12 (1) Duties of the Chief Justice
(2) Place of sitting
(3) Time and duration of sittings
13 Power to adjourn
14 Quorum of judges
15 Opinion of majority to be opinion of court
16 Adjournment if no quorum
17 Giving judgment
18 As to delivery of judgment
19 Opinion of absent judge may be read
20 Judgments by retired judges, etc.
21 Effect of death of judge before judgment
22 Judge not to sit in court reviewing own verdict or decision
23 Appointment of ad hoc judge
24 Jurisdiction of the judges
25 (1) Court of Appeal to exercise appellate jurisdiction
(2) Court of Queen's Bench en banc not to exercise appellate jurisdiction
26 (1) Court may pronounce proper judgment
(2) Power to draw inference of fact and to give judgment
(3) Power of court to receive further evidence
(4) Exercise of powers
(5) Court may stay proceedings
27 (1) New trial not to be granted in certain cases
(2) Judgment as to one part and new trial as to others
28 New trial on any question
29 Further powers
30 Repealed
31 Security for costs
31.1 (1) Vexatious proceedings
(2) Consent of Attorney General
31.2 (1) Application for leave to proceed
(2) Application to court for rescission
(3) Leave to proceed or rescission
(4) Attorney General to be heard
(5) No appeal
31.3 Abuse of process
32 Extension of time for translations
33 (1) Judges may make rules
(2) Office hours
34 Existing rules embodied in Act
35 Rules are regulations
36 (1) Queen's Bench practice to apply where procedure not provided
(2) Practice by analogy
37 This Act not to apply to criminal and other matters