(cf SCR Part 51, rule 52)(1) An application for an order that an appeal or other proceedings be heard during the fixed vacation must, unless the Court otherwise orders, be accompanied by:(a) an affidavit showing the grounds on which the application is based, and(b) a draft order.(2) The application may be dealt with by the Court in the absence of the public and without the attendance of any person.
(cf SCR Part 51, rule 56)An application to the Court for the variation or discharge of an order of a Judge of Appeal must be made on notice of motion filed:(a) within 14 days after the date on which the order is made, or(b) within such extended time as the Court may fix.
(cf SCR Part 61, rule 4)(1) A Judge of Appeal may exercise the powers of the Court under Part 49 to review a decision of the Registrar.(2) This rule does not limit the powers of the Court to review decisions of the Registrar under Part 49.
(1) A party may apply for the hearing of proceedings in the Court to be expedited.(2) An interested party may file a notice of non-objection to the hearing of the proceedings being expedited.(3) If notices of non-objection are filed by each of the interested parties, the application may be decided in the absence of the public and the parties.(4) Reasons for a decision under subrule (3) need not be given.(5) This rule does not limit any other power of the Court to order that the hearing of proceedings be expedited.
(1) Unless the Court orders otherwise:(a) a party that files a notice of motion must also file an affidavit setting out the evidence that the party relies on in support of the orders sought by the notice, and(b) a party that opposes an order sought by a notice of motion must file an affidavit setting out the evidence that the party relies on in opposition to the order.(2) An affidavit referred to in subrule (1) (b) must be filed as soon as practicable and, in any case, before the hearing date listed in the notice of motion that seeks the orders opposed.