(1) A Registrar or judicial officer may reject a document filed or received for filing if the document:
(a) is not in the proper form in accordance with these Rules;
(b) is not executed in the way required by these Rules;
(c) does not otherwise comply with a requirement of these Rules;
(d) is tendered for filing after the time specified in these Rules or an order for filing the document;
(e) on its face, appears to the Registrar to be an abuse of process, frivolous, scandalous or vexatious;
(f) is tendered for filing in connection with a current case in a registry that is not the filing registry (see rules 22.10 and 24.09); or
(g) is sent for filing through the Internet and the person sending the document has not complied with the court's electronic filing procedures.
(2) If a judicial officer rejects a document filed or received for filing under subrule (1), the judicial officer may give directions about any step already taken on the document, including a direction about costs.
(3) A person may apply for review of a Registrar's decision under subrule (1) or directions given by a judicial officer under subrule (2) by filing an Application in a Case without notice.
Note: When a document sent for filing by electronic communication through the Internet is rejected, the court may notify each party to the case and each person to whom the document is directed.