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FEDERAL CIRCUIT COURT RULES 2001 - RULE 4.09

Applicant's genuine steps statement

             (1)  If Part 2 of the Civil Dispute Resolution Act applies to a proceeding, the applicant to the proceedings must, when filing the application mentioned in subrule 4.01(1), file the applicant's genuine steps statement in accordance with the approved form.

             (2)  The applicant's genuine steps statement must comply with section 6 of the Civil Dispute Resolution Act.

             (3)  The applicant's genuine steps statement must be no more than 2 pages.

Note 1:       Civil Dispute Resolution Act is defined in the Dictionary.

Note 2:       A party who wants to start a proceeding must have regard to the Civil Dispute Resolution Act before starting the proceeding to determine whether the Civil Dispute Resolution Act applies to the proceeding that the party wants to start.

Note 3:       A lawyer must comply with section 9 of the Civil Dispute Resolution Act if that Act applies to the proceeding.



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