(1) Unless otherwise ordered under paragraph 22.17(2)(a), the appeal books must contain only the following documents:
(a) documents put in evidence at the hearing or trial to which the appeal relates and which are relevant to the grounds of appeal and necessary to enable the court hearing the appeal to reach its decision;
(b) if the appeal involves a challenge to the exclusion of evidence, the document:
(i) that is the subject of the challenge; and
(ii) that was tendered, but not admitted as evidence, at the hearing or trial to which the appeal relates.
(2) The appeal books must not mention any offer to settle that has been made or the terms of the offer unless the terms of the offer are relevant to the appeal.