Canadian International Trade Tribunal Rules
(a) if a document is required to be served personally, the service shall be made
(i) on an individual, by leaving a copy of it with the individual,
(ii) on a corporation, by leaving a copy of it with an officer, director or agent of the corporation, or with a person at any place of business of the corporation who appears to manage or be in control of the place of business, and
(iii) in any other case, in any manner that the Tribunal determines is just and equitable in the circumstances; and
(b) if a document is not required to be served personally, the service shall be made at the address for service of the party.
(2) [Repealed, SOR/2000-139, s. 6]
(3) The address for service of a party shall be
(a) where there is a counsel of record for a party, the business address of the counsel as shown on the most recent document filed by the counsel that shows the counsel’s address; and
(b) where there is no counsel of record
(i) in the case of the Minister of National Revenue or the Commissioner, the Office of the Deputy Attorney General of Canada in Ottawa, or
(ii) in the case of any other party, the address of the party as shown on the most recent document filed by the party that shows the party’s address.
(4) The service of a document at an address for service shall be made
(a) by sending it to the address for service by mail, by registered mail or by electronic transmission; or
(b) by leaving it at the address for service.
(5) A document that is served by electronic transmission shall include the following information:
(a) the name, address and telephone and fax numbers of the sender;
(b) the name of the person to be served;
(c) the date and time of the transmission;
(d) the total number of pages transmitted; and
(e) the name, address and telephone number of a person to contact if transmission problems occur.
(6) In the absence of proof to the contrary, the date of service of a document is
(a) if the document is served personally or by leaving it at the address for service, the date of delivery;
(b) if the document is served by mail or registered mail, the date that is five days after the earliest postal date appearing on the envelope containing the document; and
(c) if the document is served by electronic transmission, the date of the transmission.
(7) If a document is required under these Rules to be served by a party or by direction of the Tribunal, the Tribunal may direct that a proof of service be filed with the Tribunal.
(8) A proof of service of a document shall be made by showing
(a) an acknowledgement of service signed by or on behalf of the person served; or
(b) an affidavit of service stating the name of the person who served the document and the date, place and manner of service.
- SOR/2000-139, s. 6
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