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Alberta Regulation 31/2014
Agricultural Operation Practices Act
STANDARDS AND ADMINISTRATION AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 4, 2014
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development 
(M.O. 006/2014) on February 25, 2014 pursuant to section 44(2) of the Agricultural 
Operation Practices Act. 
1   The Standards and Administration Regulation 
(AR 267/2001) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 29 is amended by striking out "June 30, 2014" and 
substituting "June 30, 2017".


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Alberta Regulation 32/2014
Agricultural Operation Practices Act
BOARD ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 4, 2014
For information only:   Made by the Natural Resources Conservation Board on 
February 4, 2014 pursuant to section 44(3) of the Agricultural Operation Practices 
Act. 
1   The Board Administrative Procedures Regulation 
(AR 268/2001) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 39 is amended by striking out "June 30, 2014" and 
substituting "June 30, 2017".



Alberta Regulation 33/2014
Municipal Government Act
AERONAUTICS ACT AGREEMENTS (CITY OF MEDICINE HAT 
AND CYPRESS COUNTY) REGULATION
Filed: March 5, 2014
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 59/2014) 
on March 5, 2014 pursuant to section 603 of the Municipal Government Act. 
Definitions
1   In this Regulation,
	(a)	"aircraft", "airport" and "airport site" have the meanings 
given to them in the Aeronautics Act (Canada);
	(b)	"municipality" means
	(i)	the City of Medicine Hat, or 
	(ii)	Cypress County.
Agreements
2   A municipality may
	(a)	enter into agreements under section 5.81 of the Aeronautics 
Act (Canada) in respect of lands within its municipal 
boundaries, and
	(b)	pursuant to an agreement referred to in clause (a), make 
bylaws to prohibit or regulate and control the use and 
development of land and buildings that are within its 
municipal boundaries and adjacent to or in the vicinity of an 
airport or airport site, for the purpose of ensuring that the use 
and development are not incompatible with the safe operation 
of an airport or aircraft.
Repeal
3   This Regulation is made under section 603(1) of the Act and is 
subject to repeal under section 603(2) of the Act.



Alberta Regulation 34/2014
Municipal Government Act
PLANNING EXEMPTION AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 5, 2014
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 60/2014) 
on March 5, 2014 pursuant to section 618 of the Municipal Government Act. 
1   The Planning Exemption Regulation (AR 223/2000) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   The following is added after section 4.7:
Application re change to environmental reserve
4.8   The words "for a term of not more than 3 years" in section 
676(1)(c) of Part 17 of the Act do not apply to the City of Edmonton 
for the purpose of disposing of an interest in an environmental 
reserve by way of granting and registering a conservation easement 
in accordance with the Alberta Land Stewardship Act on the title in 
respect of the land legally described as follows:
Plan 1027072 
Block A 
Lot 1ER (Environmental Reserve) 
Containing 23.7 hectares (58.56 acres) more or less 
Excepting thereout all mines and minerals


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Alberta Regulation 35/2014
Government Organization Act
EDMONTON RESTRICTED DEVELOPMENT AREA  
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 5, 2014
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 62/2014) 
on March 5, 2014 pursuant to Schedule 5, section 4 of the Government Organization 
Act. 
1   The Edmonton Restricted Development Area 
Regulations (AR 287/74) are amended by this Regulation.

2   Item 1 of the Schedule, describing land located in 
Township 53, Range 25, West of the Fourth Meridian, is 
amended by striking out
SECTION 35:	Plans 882 1697 and 882 2071, showing survey for 
descriptive purposes of a right-of-way for a 
Transportation/Utility Corridor; Plans 772 1070 
and 772 1071 within the northwest quarter of 
section 35; EXCEPTING THEREOUT Plan 
012 6293 and Plan 122 4335.
and substituting
SECTION 35:	Plans 882 1697 and 882 2071 showing survey for 
descriptive purposes of a right-of-way for a 
Transportation/Utility Corridor; Plans 772 1070 
and 772 1071 within the northwest quarter of 
section 35; EXCEPTING THEREOUT Plans 
012 6293, 122 4335 and 132 0797.
	EXCEPTING THEREOUT All that portion of the 
original government road allowance (142 Street), 
within Plan 882 2071 and lying south of the 
original government road allowance (167 Avenue).


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Alberta Regulation 36/2014
Fair Trading Act
TIME SHARE AND POINTS-BASED CONTRACTS AND BUSINESS 
(EXTENSION OF EXPIRY DATE) AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 6, 2014
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Service Alberta (M.O. SA:001/2014) 
on February 27, 2014 pursuant to sections 4.1, 12(e), 41, 105 and 162(2) of the Fair 
Trading Act. 
1   The Time Share and Points-based Contracts and Business 
Regulation (AR 105/2010) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 29 is amended by striking out "June 30, 2014" and 
substituting "June 30, 2019".



Alberta Regulation 37/2014
Marketing of Agricultural Products Act
ALBERTA EGG PRODUCERS BOARD AUTHORIZATION 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 10, 2014
For information only:   Made by the Alberta Agricultural Products Marketing Council 
on September 13, 2013 and approved by the Minister of Agriculture and Rural 
Development on February 25, 2014 pursuant to sections 26 and 27 of the Marketing 
of Agricultural Products Act. 
1   The Alberta Egg Producers Board Authorization 
Regulation (AR 279/97) is amended by this Regulation.

2   The title is repealed and the following is substituted:
EGG FARMERS OF ALBERTA  
AUTHORIZATION REGULATION

3   Section 1 is amended
	(a)	in clause (b) by striking out "Alberta Egg Producers 
Board" and substituting "Egg Farmers of Alberta";
	(b)	in clause (c) by striking out "Alberta Egg Producers 
Plan Regulation" and substituting "Egg Farmers of 
Alberta Plan Regulation".

4   Section 3(c) is repealed and the following is substituted:
	(c)	governing the transferability or non-transferability of quota;

5   Section 5 is repealed.

6   Section 6 is amended by striking out "May 31, 2014" and 
substituting "September 30, 2024".



Alberta Regulation 38/2014
Marketing of Agricultural Products Act
EGG PRODUCTION AND MARKETING AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 10, 2014
For information only:   Made by the Alberta Egg Producers Board on September 9, 
2013 and approved by the Agricultural Products Marketing Council on October 29, 
2013 pursuant to sections 26 and 27 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act. 
1   The Egg Production and Marketing Regulation 
(AR 293/97) is amended by this Regulation.

2   The title is repealed and the following is substituted:
EGG FARMERS OF ALBERTA  
MARKETING REGULATION

3   Section 1(1) is repealed and the following is substituted:
Definitions
1(1)  In this Regulation,
	(a)	"animal care policy" means the Board's policy relating to 
animal care as amended from time to time;


	(b)	"eggs for processing quota" means the number of dozens of 
eggs that a producer is entitled to market to a processor in 
accordance with the Canadian Egg Marketing Agency Quota 
Regulations, 1986 (Canada);
	(c)	"hatcheryman" means a person who markets pullets or hens;
	(d)	"new entrants" means a producer who is allocated quota in 
accordance with the Board's new entrants policy;
	(e)	"permit" means a written authorization issued by the Board 
pursuant to the Federal-Provincial Agreement;
	(f)	"quota year" means January 1 to December 31;
	(g)	"Salmonella enteritidis Insurance Program" means the 
Canadian Egg Industry Reciprocal Alliance National 
Salmonella enteritidis insurance program, as varied from 
time to time, approved by the Board for registered producers;
	(h)	"Start Clean-Stay Clean program" means the Canadian Egg 
Marketing Agency's on farm food safety program for egg 
producers known as Start Clean-Stay CleanTM, as varied from 
time to time;
	(i)	"total provincial allotment of quota" means Alberta's share 
of regulated eggs under the national quota as established by 
the Federal-Provincial Agreement and expressed either in 
dozens of eggs or, if converted by the Board, in numbers of 
hens;
	(j)	"transfer" means every mode, direct or indirect, absolute or 
conditional, voluntary or involuntary, of disposing of or 
parting with property or with an interest in property, with or 
without judicial proceedings, and includes, without 
limitation, a transfer by conveyance, sale, payment, pledge, 
mortgage, lien, encumbrance, gift or security.

4   Section 6 is amended by adding the following after 
subsection (6):
(7)  An applicant for a producer licence shall pay the fee, as set by 
the Board, and include that fee with the submission of the 
application.

5   Section 8 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1)(c.1)
	(i)	in subclause (iii) by striking out "enteriditis" and 
substituting "enteritidis";
	(ii)	by striking out "or" at the end of subclause (ii), 
by adding "or" at the end of subclause (iii) and 
by adding the following after subclause (iii):
	(iv)	fails to comply with the animal care policy,
	(b)	in subsection (1.1) by adding "and the animal care 
policy" after "program";
	(c)	in subsection 2(d) by striking out "or" at the end of 
subclause (ii), by adding "or" at the end of 
subclause (iii) and by adding the following after 
subclause (iii):
	(iv)	fails to comply with the animal care policy,
	(d)	in subsection (2.1) by adding "and the animal care 
policy" after "program".

6   Section 10.1 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Deemed production quota
10.1   For the purpose of determining the production quota of a 
registered producer, one hen is deemed to produce the number of 
dozens of eggs per quota year as may be prescribed by the Board 
from time to time.

7   Section 12 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Allotting quota
12(1)  If the Board determines that the total provincial allotment of 
quota should be increased, the increase shall 
	(a)	be allocated to new entrants under the new entrants policy,
	(b)	sold to registered producers at fair market value, or
	(c)	retained by the Board under section 29.1.
(2)  If the Board determines that the total provincial allotment of 
quota should be decreased, the Board may apportion the decrease 
between existing registered producers and the quota retained by the 
Board under section 29.1 in any manner determined by the Board.
(3)  The manner, nature, time, date and place of the sale referred to 
in subsection (1)(b) shall be determined by the Board.
(4)  Where a registered producer is allotted a possession quota or an 
amended possession quota increasing the maximum number of hens 
that may be possessed by that producer, the registered producer must 
have those hens in production in the production facilities of that 
producer within 10 years of being notified by the board of the 
allotment, otherwise the quota reverts to the Board.

8   Section 14(4) is amended by striking out "5 years" and 
substituting "10 years".

9   Section 16 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1) by striking out "A" and 
substituting "Subject to subsection (6), a";
	(b)	by adding the following after subsection (5):
(6)  The Board may require that all quota to be leased be subject 
to a Board administered leasing pool.

10   The following is added after section 24.2:
Use of service charges
24.3   The Board may use service charges, licence fees, levies and 
other money paid to it for the purposes of paying its expenses and 
administering the Plan and regulations made by the Board.

11   Section 29 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Animal care policy
29   All registered producers shall comply with the Board's animal 
care policy as amended from time to time.

12   Section 31 is repealed.

13   Section 32 is amended by striking out "May 31, 2014" 
and substituting "September 30, 2019".


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Alberta Regulation 39/2014
Forests Act
HINTON TRAINING CENTRE RATES (INCORPORATION 
OF DIRECTIVE) REGULATION
Filed: March 12, 2014
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Environment and Sustainable 
Resource Development (M.O. 13/2014) on February 27, 2014 pursuant to section 5(d) 
of the Forests Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Incorporation of Directive
	2	Publication
	3	Repeal
	4	Expiry
	5	Coming into force
Incorporation of Directive
1   A directive entitled the Hinton Training Centre Rates Directive and 
made by the Assistant Deputy Minister responsible for the Hinton 
Training Centre, as that directive exists (with amendments, if any) as at 
the end of March 2014, including any amendments subsequently made 
to it, is incorporated by reference, in whole and without modification, 
as if it were contained in this Regulation.
Publication
2   The Minister shall ensure that the Directive is published on the 
Department's website and in such other manner as is appropriate to 
bring it to the attention of those who may be affected by it.
Repeal
3   The Hinton Training Centre Rates Regulation (AR 69/2004) is 
repealed.
Expiry
4   For the purpose of ensuring that this Regulation is reviewed for 
ongoing relevancy and necessity, with the option that it may be 
repassed in its present or an amended form following a review, this 
Regulation expires on March 31, 2023.
Coming into force
5   This Regulation comes into force on April 1, 2014.


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Alberta Regulation 40/2014
Mines and Minerals Act
OIL SANDS ALLOWED COSTS (MINISTERIAL)  
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 12, 2014
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Energy (M.O. 19/2014) on February 
25, 2014 pursuant to section 36(5.1) of the Mines and Minerals Act. 
1   The Oil Sands Allowed Costs (Ministerial) Regulation 
(AR 231/2008) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Schedule 1 is amended in Item 20
	(a)	in Column 1 
	(i)	by striking out "Complying" and substituting 
"Except as set out in Column 2, complying";
	(ii)	by adding  "and Sustainable Resource Development" 
after "Environment";
	(b)	in Column 2 by adding  "A contribution, whether 
monetary or otherwise, made in support of the activities set 
out in the approved annual monitoring plan developed in 
accordance with the Oil Sands Environmental Monitoring 
Program".

3   This Regulation, other than section 2(a)(ii), is deemed to 
have come into force on January 1, 2012.


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Alberta Regulation 41/2014
Judicature Act
ALBERTA RULES OF COURT AMENDMENT REGULATION, 2014
Filed: March 12, 2014
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 64/2014) 
on March 12, 2014 pursuant to section 28.1 of the Judicature Act. 
1   The Alberta Rules of Court (AR 124/2010) are amended 
by this Regulation.

2   Rule 12.60 is amended
	(a)	in subrule (1) by striking out "Subject to subrule (2), a" 
and substituting "A";
	(b)	by repealing subrule (2).

3   Rule 12.71 is amended
	(a)	in subrule (2) by striking out "and subrule (3) apply" 
and substituting "applies";
	(b)	by repealing subrule (3).

4   The heading preceding Rule 14.1 and Rule 14.1 are 
repealed and the following is substituted:
Part 14 
Appeals
Division 1 
The Right to Appeal
Subdivision 1 
Interpretation and Application
Definitions
14.1(1)  In this Part,
	(a)	"appeal" means an appeal to the Court of Appeal governed 
by this Part;
	(b)	"appellant" means a person who under an enactment or these 
rules
	(i)	files an application for permission to appeal to the Court 
of Appeal, or
	(ii)	files a notice of appeal;
	(c)	"case management officer" means a person appointed as a 
case management officer under the Court of Appeal Act; 
	(d)	"Civil Appeal Hearing List" means the list referred to in rule 
14.33(1) that identifies selected appeals that have been 
scheduled for oral argument and the date on which each oral 
argument is to be heard;
	(e)	"court appealed from" means the court, person or tribunal 
from which an appeal has been brought;
	(f)	"decision" means the whole or any part of the decision of the 
court, person or tribunal from which an appeal lies and 
includes a judgment, order, decision, verdict, direction, 
determination or award and, where the context requires, 
includes the verdict or finding of a jury;
	(g)	"fast track appeal" means an appeal that must be managed in 
accordance with rule 14.14;
	(h)	"file" means to present the correct document and obtain an 
acknowledgment by the Registrar of the Court of Appeal that 
the document is part of the Court of Appeal Record;
	(i)	"judge", when used in reference to the Court of Appeal, 
includes the Chief Justice of Alberta, the justices of appeal 
and the supernumerary judges of the Court of Appeal;
	(j)	"panel" means three or more judges of the Court of Appeal 
unless the Chief Justice, in case of emergency, declares that 
two judges may form a panel;
	(k)	"party" means a party to an appeal or an application under 
this Part and includes an intervenor where the context 
requires;
	(l)	"Registrar" means a person appointed as a Registrar of the 
Court of Appeal under the Court of Appeal Act and includes 
a Deputy Registrar of the Court of Appeal and any person 
designated by a Registrar or the Chief Justice of Alberta to 
act for a Registrar;
	(m)	"respondent" means, unless the context otherwise requires, 
the person who, under an enactment or these rules,
	(i)	is named as a respondent to an application for 
permission to appeal, or
	(ii)	is named as a respondent to an appeal;
	(n)	"standard appeal" means an appeal other than a fast track 
appeal;
	(o)	"Unscheduled Civil Appeals List" means the list referred to 
in rule 14.33(2) that identifies all the appeals that have not 
been scheduled for oral argument, which are to be spoken to 
at the next calling of the List.
(2)  Where a respondent files a notice of cross appeal, unless this Part 
otherwise provides, the rules relating to appeals apply to the cross 
appeal and, in particular,
	(a)	references to an appeal include a cross appeal;
	(b)	references to an appellant include a respondent who files a 
notice of cross appeal;
	(c)	references to a respondent include an appellant who is named 
as a respondent in a notice of cross appeal;
	(d)	references to parties to an appeal include parties to a cross 
appeal.
Application of general rules
14.2(1)  Subject to this Part, to any enactment, and to any direction by 
an appeal judge, if this Part does not deal with a matter, other Parts of 
these rules apply to appeals, with any appropriate modifications.
(2)  Where a rule in this Part provides that a specific rule in another 
Part applies to appeals, the specific rule applies with any appropriate 
modifications.
(3)  Rule 13.5(1) does not apply to a time period or deadline referred to 
in this Part.
(4)  Subject to any appropriate modifications or any direction by an 
appeal judge, when applying the provisions of any other Part to an 
appeal under this Part, 
	(a)	a reference to the court clerk or a court officer is to be read as 
a reference to the Registrar;
	(b)	a reference to a plaintiff is to be read as a reference to an 
appellant;
	(c)	a reference to a defendant is to be read as a reference to a 
respondent;
	(d)	a reference to the court or a judge are to be read as a 
reference to an appeal judge;
	(e)	a reference to a pleading or commencement document 
includes a reference to a notice of appeal, 	a notice of cross 
appeal or an application for permission to appeal.
(5)  In this Part, "appropriate modifications" means those changes and 
modifications to the use and interpretation of these rules necessary or 
appropriate for a rule in another Part to apply to and to be used in 
appellate practice.
When these rules apply
14.3   If a person has a right to appeal to the Court of Appeal under an 
enactment or these rules or is granted permission to appeal to the Court 
of Appeal, the appeal must be made and managed in accordance with 
this Part.
Subdivision 2 
Appeals as of Right
Right to appeal
14.4(1)  Except as otherwise provided, an appeal lies to the Court of 
Appeal from the whole or any part of a decision of a Court of Queen's 
Bench judge sitting in court or chambers, or the verdict or finding of a 
jury. 
(2)  No appeal is allowed to the Court of Appeal from the dismissal by 
a Court of Queen's Bench judge of an application made without notice.
(3)  Where an application has been made to the Court of Queen's 
Bench without notice and has been dismissed, the applicant may 
reapply
	(a)	on notice, if the dismissal was for lack of notice, or
	(b)	by renewal of the application if the dismissal was for reasons 
other than the lack of notice.
(4)  No appeal is allowed directly to the Court of Appeal from a 
decision of a master in chambers.
(5)  No appeal is allowed
	(a)	from a judgment granting a divorce, on or after the date on 
which the divorce takes effect, or
	(b)	unless an appeal judge extends the time, from an order made 
in a divorce proceeding, more than 30 days after the date on 
which the order was made.
Subdivision 3 
Appeals with Permission
Appeals only with permission
14.5(1)  Except as provided in this rule, no appeal is allowed to the 
Court of Appeal from the following types of decisions unless 
permission to appeal has been obtained:
	(a)	a decision of a single appeal judge;
	(b)	any pre-trial decision directing adjournments, time periods or 
time limits; 
	(c)	any ruling during trial, where the appeal is brought before the 
trial is concluded; 
	(d)	a decision made on the consent of the parties; 
	(e)	a decision as to costs only, but an appeal or cross appeal is 
not "as to costs only" if a related substantive decision is also 
being appealed; 
	(f)	any decision where permission to appeal is required by an 
enactment;
	(g)	any decision in a matter where the controversy in the appeal 
can be estimated in money and does not exceed the sum of 
$25 000 exclusive of costs;
	(h)	any decision on security for costs;
	(i)	any decision of the Court of Queen's Bench sitting as an 
appeal court under rule 12.71;
	(j)	any appeal by a person who has been declared a vexatious 
litigant in the court appealed from.
(2)  Permission to appeal decisions of single appeal judges under 
subrule (1)(a) must be sought from the same judge who made the 
decision that is to be appealed.
(3)  No appeal is allowed under subrule (1)(a) from a decision of a 
single appeal judge denying permission to appeal.
(4)  No appeal is allowed under subrule (1)(j) from an order denying 
the vexatious litigant leave to institute or continue proceedings.
Subdivision 4 
Cross Appeals
Cross appeals
14.6(1)  A respondent to an appeal may cross appeal any decision on 
which it could have commenced an appeal, by filing a notice of cross 
appeal under rule 14.11.
(2)  Subject to subrule (3), where an appeal has been commenced as of 
right or with permission, the respondent does not need permission to 
file a cross appeal with respect to any decision described in rule 14.5 if 
the cross appeal is only intended to vary the decision already under 
appeal.
(3)  Where an enactment provides that an appeal may be commenced 
in the Court of Appeal with permission, a respondent who wishes to 
cross appeal must apply for permission to cross appeal.
Division 2 
The Appeal Process
Subdivision 1 
Starting an Appeal or Cross Appeal
How to start an appeal
14.7  Appeals must be started
	(a)	where an enactment or these rules give a right of appeal, by 
filing a notice of appeal under rule 14.8, or
	(b)	where permission to appeal must be obtained, by applying for 
permission under rule 14.44, and if permission is granted, by 
then filing a notice of appeal under rule 14.8.
Filing a notice of appeal
14.8(1)  In this rule, "date of decision" means the later of
	(a)	the date that the judgment, order or other decision being 
appealed is made, or
	(b)	if reasons are given after a judgment, order or other decision 
being appealed is made, the date the reasons are issued.
(2)  An appellant must
	(a)	file with the Registrar 3 copies of a notice of appeal that 
meets the requirements of rule 14.12 and Form AP-1, 
	(i)	within the time for commencing an appeal stated in an 
enactment, 
	(ii)	if the appellant is granted permission to appeal, within 
10 days after the date permission is granted, or
	(iii)	if subclauses (i) and (ii) do not apply, within one month 
after the date of decision, 
		and
	(b)	for every other party to the appeal, file and serve one 
additional copy of the notice of appeal within the time 
periods mentioned in clause (a).
(3)  Where permission to appeal is required, an application for 
permission to appeal in accordance with rule 14.44 must be filed, 
served and returnable within the time periods mentioned in subrule 
(2)(a).
(4)  The appellant must serve a filed copy of the notice of appeal on 
every party to the decision that is the subject of the appeal and any 
person or body that these rules, an enactment or the direction of an 
appeal judge require to be served.
(5)  Appeals arising in the judicial centres of Calgary, Drumheller, 
Lethbridge, Medicine Hat or Red Deer must be filed at the office of the 
Registrar of the Court of Appeal in Calgary, and appeals arising in all 
other judicial centres must be filed at the office of the Registrar of the 
Court of Appeal in Edmonton. 
(6)  Despite subrule (5), in urgent situations an appellant may make 
arrangements with a Registrar to file a notice of appeal in either office 
of the Registrar of the Court of Appeal or to file a notice of appeal 
electronically.
Appeals from several decisions
14.9   A separate notice of appeal must be filed for each decision that 
is appealed, except where
	(a)	the appeal concerns several decisions made by the court 
appealed from that arise out of the same hearing,
	(b)	the appeal concerns a substantive decision, and a ruling on 
costs for the same hearing,
	(c)	the appeal is of a decision that varies, confirms, explains, or 
provides for the enforcement of a previous decision, and the 
previous decision is also being appealed, or
	(d)	a case management officer otherwise orders.
Notice to Court of Queen's Bench
14.10   Where the appeal is from a decision of the Court of Queen's 
Bench, the appellant must file a copy of the notice of appeal with that 
court within the time specified in rule 14.8(2).
How to start a cross appeal
14.11   A respondent who contends that the decision of the court 
appealed from should be varied must, within the time for filing an 
appeal or within 10 days of service of the notice of appeal, whichever 
is later,
	(a)	file with the Registrar 
	(i)	3 copies of a notice of cross appeal in Form AP-2, or 
	(ii)	where permission to cross appeal is required under rule 
14.6(3), an application for permission to cross appeal, 
		and
	(b)	 for every other party to the appeal and cross appeal, file and 
serve an additional copy of the notice of cross appeal or 
application.
Subdivision 2 
Notices of Appeal and Cross Appeal
Contents and format of notices of appeal 
and cross appeal
14.12(1)  A notice of appeal must be in Form AP-1 and a notice of 
cross appeal must be in Form AP-2.
(2)  A notice of appeal must contain the following information:
	(a)	the parties' names, in the same order used in the style of 
cause in the court appealed from, with an indication of the 
status of each on the appeal and in the court appealed from;
	(b)	the name and file number used in the court appealed from;
	(c)	whether the whole or only part of the decision is appealed, 
and if only part is appealed, which part;
	(d)	whether the appeal is required by these rules to be, or it is 
anticipated the appeal will be, managed as a fast track appeal;
	(e)	whether the action under appeal was the subject of a 
restricted access order under Part 6, Division 4, or of any 
statutory restriction on publication;
	(f)	the relief claimed.
(3)  A notice of appeal or cross appeal must include
	(a)	where permission to appeal was required, particulars of or a 
copy of the order granting permission to appeal, and
	(b)	particulars of or a copy of the judgment, order or other 
decision being appealed.
Subdivision 3 
Types of Appeals
Standard appeals
14.13(1)  All appeals that are not fast track appeals are standard 
appeals.
(2)  A case management officer may direct that any appeal must or 
must not be managed as a fast track appeal.
Fast track appeals
14.14(1)  Fast track appeals are appeals from a decision, or part of a 
decision, that does not finally determine all or some significant part of 
the substantive rights in issue.
(2)  Unless otherwise ordered, appeals from the following kinds of 
decisions are to be dealt with as fast track appeals:
	(a)	a ruling by a judge made during a trial;
	(b)	a decision as to custody, access, parenting or support of a 
child;
	(c)	a decision concerning support for a present or former spouse 
or adult interdependent partner made without a trial being 
held;
	(d)	a decision concerning only costs or liability to pay fees or 
costs;
	(e)	a decision denying summary judgment.
(3)  Unless otherwise ordered, appeals from the following kinds of 
decisions are not fast track appeals:
	(a)	a decision granting summary judgment or striking out a 
statement of claim, statement of defence or third party notice;
	(b)	a decision refusing to open a default judgment or a noting in 
default;
	(c)	a decision permitting or directing default judgment;
	(d)	a decision staying an action indefinitely;
	(e)	a decision dismissing an action on procedural grounds;
	(f)	certification of or failure to certify a class proceeding.
Subdivision 4 
Appeal Record
Ordering the Appeal Record
14.15(1)  Subject to rule 14.20, the appellant must 
	(a)	within 10 days after filing a notice of appeal, order or 
commence preparation of the Appeal Record,
	(b)	order from Transcript Management Services or any other 
commercial preparer a transcript of
	(i)	all oral evidence, 
	(ii)	subject to subrule (iii), only such part of the argument as 
is necessary to dispose of the appeal,
	(iii)	all oral argument in a chambers hearing, if that hearing 
did not exceed one-half day, and
	(iv)	any oral reasons for the decision under appeal and for 
any other ruling that will be an issue on the appeal, 
		and
	(c)	within 5 days after ordering the Appeal Record and 
transcripts, file a copy of the order and serve a filed copy on 
the respondent.
(2)  Unless the Appeal Record is being prepared by the appellant, a 
copy of any amendment to, or countermand of, the instructions to 
prepare the Appeal Record or transcripts must be filed and served on 
the respondent within a reasonable time after the amendment is made 
or the countermand given. 
Filing the Appeal Record - standard appeals
14.16(1)  Subject to rules 14.18 and 14.21, the appellant in a standard 
appeal must file 5 copies of the Appeal Record, consisting of 
	(a)	Part 1 - Pleadings,
	(b)	Part 2 - Final Documents, and 
	(c)	Part 3 - Transcripts, consisting of
	(i)	one paper and one electronic copy, if an electronic copy 
is available, or
	(ii)	5 paper copies, if no electronic copy is available.
(2)  In addition to the copies required under subrule (1), the appellant 
must serve on every other party to the appeal a copy of the Appeal 
Record and an electronic copy of the Transcripts. 
(3)  The Appeal Record and Transcripts must be
	(a)	prepared promptly and filed and served forthwith after they 
are prepared, and
	(b)	filed not later than 4 months from the date on which the 
notice of appeal was filed,
or the appeal will be struck by the Registrar.
Filing the Appeal Record - fast track appeals
14.17(1)  Rule 14.16 applies to fast track appeals, except that
	(a)	the Appeal Record may be prepared in compliance with rule 
14.22, 
	(b)	subject to subrule (2), unless otherwise ordered by a case 
management officer, the Appeal Record and Transcripts must 
be filed and served on the other parties to the appeal 
immediately after they are prepared, and not later than one 
month from the date on which the notice of appeal was filed, 
and
	(c)	unless otherwise ordered, electronic copies of Transcripts 
need not be filed.
(2)  If the Transcripts are not available when the Appeal Record is filed 
and served in accordance with subrule (1), the Table of Contents of the 
Appeal Record must mention that, and the Transcripts must be filed 
and served as soon as possible.
Contents of Appeal Record - standard appeals
14.18(1)  The Appeal Record for standard appeals must meet the 
requirements of rule 14.21 and must contain the following:
	(a)	a Table of Contents at the beginning of every volume, listing 
separately each document and showing the page number 
where the document can be found;
	(b)	Part 1 - Pleadings, which must contain the relevant 
pleadings in the action in chronological order, including
	(i)	the relevant pleadings, but the last version only of any 
pleading that was amended before trial,
	(ii)	any amendments to pleadings made at trial, and
	(iii)	if the appeal concerns a decision arising from an 
application, a copy of the application; 
	(c)	Part 2 - Final Documents, which must include 
	(i)	the written or transcribed reasons
	(A)	that led to the decision being appealed, including 
the reasons for any decision rendered during the 
trial that is relevant to the disposition of the appeal, 
and 
	(B)	of any prior decision of a judge, master or tribunal 
that led to the decision now appealed,
	(ii)	the formal judgment, order or decision appealed,
	(iii)	any restricted access order,
	(iv)	any prior order, reference to which is required to resolve 
the appeal,
	(v)	the order granting permission to appeal, if any,
	(vi)	the notice of appeal,
	(vii)	the notice of cross appeal, if any,
	(viii)	when an enactment or these rules requires service on the 
Minister or the Minister of Justice and Attorney General 
for Canada, or both, proof of that service, and
	(ix)	if there is no oral record that can be transcribed for Part 
3, a notation to that effect in the Table of Contents. 
	(d)	Part 3 - Transcripts, which must contain the following 
information:
	(i)	a table of contents at the beginning of every volume, 
listing separately each part of the transcript, the name of 
each witness and questioner and showing the page 
number where the part or the testimony of the witness 
or questioner begins; 
	(ii)	all oral evidence, but only such part of the argument that 
is necessary to determine the appeal or that is required 
by rule 14.15(1)(b)(iii);
	(iii)	in the case of an appeal from a judgment in a jury trial, 
the answers given to any questions from the jury, the 
judge's charge to the jury and the address to the jury of 
each party.
(2)  Where any document required for the Appeal Record is not 
available at the time of its preparation, a note to that effect must be 
inserted in the Appeal Record in its place, and sufficient copies of the 
unavailable document must be filed as soon as possible or included in 
or appended to another document required to be filed.
(3)  A case management officer may set or vary the contents or format 
of the Appeal Record as the nature of the appeal requires, including 
giving directions respecting transcripts.
Contents of Appeal Record - fast track appeals
14.19   Rule 14.18 applies to fast track appeals, except that rule 14.22 
applies to the format of the Appeal Record for fast track appeals.
Contents of Appeal Record - appeals from tribunals
14.20(1)  Where the appeal is from the decision of a person or body 
other than a court, the contents, format and filing of the Appeal Record 
must follow the format for standard appeals as set out in rule 14.18, 
except that, subject to any direction of a case management officer,
	(a)	the contents of the Appeal Record must be prepared with 
appropriate changes, as the circumstances require, in order to 
ensure that the information required to resolve the appeal is 
before the Court, and
	(b)	the Transcripts need only consist of any existing transcripts 
of evidence before the person or body whose decision is 
being appealed.
(2)  A single appeal judge may make any order required to obtain 
production of records from the person or body whose decision is being 
appealed.
Format of Appeal Record - standard appeals
14.21(1)  The Appeal Record must
	(a)	be printed single-sided and bound together along the right 
edge of the page so that the printed text is to the left of the 
binding;
	(b)	number the Pleadings starting with page P1, and the Final 
Documents with page F1; 
	(c)	have red cardstock covers, front and back;
	(d)	be divided into numbered volumes of approximately 200 
pages each.
(2)  The Transcripts must
	(a)	be prepared by an official court reporter or comply with the 
Transcript Fees and Format Regulation (AR 167/2010);
	(b)	be prepared in an electronic format approved by the Registrar 
and uploaded before the paper copy is filed; 
	(c)	be paginated and printed double-sided; 
	(d)	have grey cardstock covers, front and back; 
	(e)	be divided into numbered volumes of approximately 200 
pages each. 
(3)  With the consent of all parties, or by order, an Appeal Record may 
be completed in electronic format.
Format of Appeal Record - fast track appeals
14.22   Rule 14.21 applies to fast track appeals, except
	(a)	if less than 200 pages in length, the Appeal Record may be 
all in one volume, with red covers, and a comprehensive 
index;
	(b)	the items in the Appeal Record may be separated by tabs, and 
consecutively numbered within each tab, rather than 
continuously numbered.
Division 3 
Preparing Written Argument and Scheduling 
Oral Argument of Appeals
Subdivision 1 
Factums
Filing factums - standard appeals
14.23(1)  The appellant in a standard appeal must file 5 copies of an 
appellant's factum that meet the requirements of rules 14.25 and 14.26, 
and must file and serve one additional copy on every other party to the 
appeal before the earlier of 
	(a)	2 months after the filing of the Appeal Record, and
	(b)	6 months after the filing of the notice of appeal
or the appeal will be struck by the Registrar.
(2)  The respondent in a standard appeal must, within 2 months of 
service of the appellant's factum
	(a)	file 5 copies of
	(i)	a respondent's factum that meets the requirements of 
rule 14.25 and rule 14.26, or
	(ii)	a letter of intention not to file a factum,
		and 
	(b)	for every other party to the appeal file and serve an additional 
copy of the factum or letter of intention.
(3)  A respondent that does not file a factum will not be permitted to 
present oral argument unless the panel orders otherwise.
(4)  Where a cross appeal has been filed, the appellant must file and 
serve a reply factum, or a letter of intention not to file a reply factum, 
within 10 days of service of the respondent's factum.
Filing factums - fast track appeals
14.24(1)  Rule 14.23 applies to fast track appeals, except that
	(a)	the appellant's factum must be filed and served before the 
earlier of
	(i)	20 days after the Appeal Record is filed, and
	(ii)	2 months after the notice of appeal is filed, 
		or the appeal will be struck by the Registrar, 
		and
	(b)	the respondent's factum or letter of intention not to file a 
factum must be filed and served before the earlier of
	(i)	one month after service of the appellant's factum, and
	(ii)	10 days before opening day of the sittings at which the 
appeal is scheduled to be heard.
(2)  A party that files a cross appeal in a fast track appeal must within 5 
days of filing apply to a case management officer for the establishment 
of a timetable and other necessary requirements for the appeal.
Contents of factums
14.25(1)  A factum must include the following:
	(a)	Table of Contents, including page numbers;
	(b)	Part 1 - Facts: in the appellant's factum, a statement of facts 
(including, if desired, a concise introductory statement of the 
legal issues raised), and in the respondent's factum, its 
position on the facts as stated by the appellant, and any other 
facts considered relevant;
	(c)	Part 2 - Grounds of Appeal: in the appellant's factum, a 
concise statement of the grounds for appeal, and in the 
respondent's factum, its position in regards to the stated 
grounds, and any other points that may properly be put in 
issue;
	(d)	Part 3 - Standard of Review: a statement on the relevant 
standard of review;
	(e)	Part 4 - Argument: a discussion addressing the questions of 
law or fact raised by the appeal;
	(f)	Part 5 - Relief Sought: a statement of the relief sought, 
including any special direction with respect to costs;
	(g)	the estimated time required for the oral argument, within the 
limits set out in rule 14.32(4);
	(h)	Table of Authorities: a list of the legal authorities referred to 
in the factum, that meets the requirements of rule 14.31(a);
	(i)	an Appendix containing extracts from any statute, enactment 
or rule necessary for the disposition of the appeal, unless they 
are reproduced elsewhere in the materials to be filed.
(2)  Where a cross appeal has been filed, the respondent's factum must 
consist of 2 sections, each of 5 parts as required by subrule (1), entitled 
"factum on the appeal" and "factum on the cross appeal", prepared in 
accordance with subrule (1) with any appropriate modifications.
(3)  An intervenor's factum must be prepared in the same form as a 
respondent's factum, with any appropriate modifications.
(4)  A case management officer may vary the format or filing of, or 
dispense with the preparation of, a factum.
Format of factums
14.26(1)  Factums must be
	(a)	formatted using at least 12 point font, one-inch margins and 
at least 1.5 line spacing, except for quotations, and
	(b)	be printed single-sided and bound together along the right 
hand edge of the page so that the printed text is to the left of 
the binding.
(2)  Parts 1 to 5 of a factum must not exceed in length
	(a)	30 pages for the parties in a standard appeal, 
	(b)	40 pages for a respondent who has filed a cross appeal in a 
standard appeal,
	(c)	10 pages for an appellant's factum in response to a cross 
appeal, 
	(d)	30 pages for an intervenor, or
	(e)	12 pages for every party in a fast track appeal.
(3)  Factums must contain precise references to the location, page 
numbers and paragraph numbers or lines of the Appeal Record, 
Extracts of Key Evidence and authorities referred to.
(4)  Each factum must have cardstock covers, front and back, prepared 
as required by rule 14.87(2), in the following colours:
	(a) 	appellants, including appellants who are cross respondents - 
beige or ivory;
	(b)	respondents, including respondents who are cross appellants 
- green;
	(c)	intervenors - blue.
Subdivision 2 
Extracts of Key Evidence
Filing Extracts of Key Evidence
14.27(1)  Each party to an appeal must file Extracts of Key Evidence 
that meet the requirements of rule 14.29, 
	(a)	containing extracts of the transcripts, exhibits and other 
material on the record needed to resolve the issues in the 
appeal,
	(b)	excluding any evidence, exhibits and other materials unlikely 
to be needed, and
	(c)	not containing any comment, argument, trial briefs, legal 
authorities or new evidence.
(2)  If any document required by rule 14.18 is not available at the time 
of preparation of the Appeal Record, a copy must be included in the 
Extracts of Key Evidence or appended to the factum.
(3)  A party preparing Extracts of Key Evidence must file with the 
Registrar, when or before filing that party's factum, 5 copies of the 
Extracts of Key Evidence, and must file and serve one additional copy 
on every other party to the appeal.
Record before the Court
14.28(1)  Subject to any enactment, all evidence or exhibits received 
by the court appealed from are an official part of the Appeal Record, 
notwithstanding that no copy is filed with the Court of Appeal.
(2)  If an exhibit cannot be readily reproduced and will be referred to 
in argument, the Extracts of Key Evidence must be accompanied with 
a letter to the Registrar requesting that the original exhibit be made 
available at the hearing of the appeal.
(3)  An appeal judge may direct, on any conditions that the judge 
considers to be appropriate, that any records before the court appealed 
from be transmitted to the Court of Appeal.
Format of Extracts of Key Evidence
14.29  Extracts of Key Evidence must
	(a)	have a table of contents at the beginning of every volume, 
listing separately each document, including each exhibit to 
any affidavit, and showing the page number where the 
document can be found;
	(b)	be numbered sequentially throughout, commencing with
	(i)	page A1 for the appellant's Extracts,
	(ii)	page R1 for the respondent's Extracts, and
	(iii)	page I1 for the intervenor's Extracts;
	(c)	have cardstock covers, front and back, prepared as required 
by rule 14.87(2), in the following colours:
	(i)	appellants, including appellants who are cross 
respondents - yellow;
	(ii)	respondents, including respondents who are cross 
appellants - pink;
	(iii)	intervenors - blue;
	(d)	be bound in volumes of approximately 200 pages each, 
provided that if the Extracts of Key Evidence do not exceed 
30 pages, they may be included as an appendix to the factum, 
or in the Book of Authorities.
Subdivision 3 
Books of Authorities
Filing Books of Authorities
14.30(1)  Each party to an appeal shall prepare, if necessary, a Book 
of Authorities
	(a)	containing extracts of any statutes, regulations or bylaws 
necessary for deciding the appeal,
	(b)	including the headnote and relevant pages (or, only when 
appropriate, the entirety) of any authority likely to be referred 
to during oral argument or essential to the disposition of the 
appeal, and
	(c)	excluding well-known authorities, authorities of secondary 
importance and other non-essential authorities not likely to 
be referred to during oral argument. 
(2)  Each party must file with the Registrar, when or before filing that 
party's factum, 5 copies of its Book of Authorities that meets the 
requirements of rule 14.31 and must file and serve one additional copy 
on every other party to the appeal.
Format of Books of Authorities
14.31   Books of Authorities must
	(a)	have a comprehensive Table of Authorities, reproduced at the 
beginning of every volume, 
	(i)	listing separately each authority, and 
	(ii)	providing any neutral citation assigned to the authority 
by the court that decided it, and at least one print 
citation where available,
	(b)	separate or identify each authority, by tabs or otherwise,
	(c)	except in the case of fast track appeals, highlight or otherwise 
identify in legible form the key passages in the authority to 
be relied on,
	(d)	where the authority has been reproduced from an electronic 
source, contain paragraph or page numbers from an official 
or printed source, or otherwise identify the various parts of 
the authority,
	(e)	have cardstock covers, front and back, prepared as required 
by rule 14.87(2), in the same colour as the party's factum, 
and
	(f)	be bound in volumes of approximately 200 pages each, 
provided that if the Book of Authorities does not exceed 30 
pages, the authorities may be included as an appendix to the 
factum or with the Extracts of Key Evidence.
Subdivision 4 
Scheduling Oral Argument
Oral argument
14.32(1)  Unless otherwise directed,
	(a)	all appeals will be set down on the Civil Appeal Hearing List 
for an oral hearing, and
	(b)	the appeal and any cross appeal will be argued at the same 
time.
(2)  On agreement of all parties, but subject to any contrary direction, 
the Court of Appeal may hear and decide an appeal without oral 
argument. 
(3)  The Court of Appeal may proceed with the hearing of an appeal 
when scheduled, even if
	(a)	a party does not appear at the scheduled time, or
	(b)	any party has failed to file its factum.
(4)  Unless the panel otherwise permits, oral argument must not exceed 
45 minutes for each separately represented party in the appeal, with 
any consolidated appeals to be treated as one appeal.
(5)  If present, the Chief Justice of Alberta presides at the sittings of 
the Court, but otherwise the senior judge not being a supernumerary 
judge presides.
Scheduling standard appeals
14.33(1)  No later than 20 days after the deadline for the filing of the 
last factum in a standard appeal,
	(a)	the parties must contact the Registrar to schedule the oral 
hearing, and
	(b)	the Registrar must, after consulting with the parties, schedule 
the appeal at a suitable time on the Civil Appeal Hearing 
List.
(2)  Any standard appeal that has not been scheduled for an oral 
hearing and placed on the Civil Appeal Hearing List before
	(a)	the earlier of
	(i)	2 months after the deadline for the filing of the last 
factum in the appeal, and
	(ii)	9 months after the filing of the notice of appeal, 
		or
	(b)	any deadline stipulated by a case management officer or a 
single appeal judge
must be placed by the Registrar on the Unscheduled Civil Appeals List 
and be spoken to by the parties at the next calling of the List.
(3)  All the parties to each appeal on the Unscheduled Civil Appeals 
List must appear at the time scheduled for the calling of the List, and
	(a)	unless adjourned, appeals on the Unscheduled Civil Appeals 
List will be scheduled for oral hearing and placed on the 
Civil Appeal Hearing List, or
	(b)	directions may be given for advancing the appeal.
(4)  If the appellant in an appeal referred to in subrule (3) does not 
appear at the time scheduled for the calling of the List, the appeal may 
be struck.
Scheduling fast track appeals
14.34(1)  The Registrar must schedule fast track appeals in 
accordance with these rules. 
(2)  The Registrar must place on the Civil Appeal Hearing List
	(a)	any fast track appeal for which the Appeal Record and the 
appellant's factum and Extracts of Key Evidence have been 
filed 20 or more days before the opening of the sittings, and
	(b)	any fast track appeal that a case management officer directs 
to be scheduled for hearing.
(3)  Despite subrule (2), the parties may, no less than 20 days before 
the opening of the sittings, consent to an adjournment of the oral 
hearing of a fast track appeal to no later than the next sitting of the 
Court, provided that the appeal has not previously been adjourned 
more than once.
Rescheduling appeals
14.35(1)  Subject to Rule 14.34(3), a scheduled oral hearing may not 
be adjourned or rescheduled unless the appeal has been discontinued or 
settled or a case management officer permits the hearing to be 
adjourned or rescheduled.
(2)  A case management officer may at any time set down or 
reschedule an appeal, or place any appeal on or remove any appeal 
from the Civil Appeal Hearing List or the Unscheduled Civil Appeals 
List.
Division 4 
Applications
Subdivision 1 
Deciding Applications
Case management officers
14.36(1)  Unless an enactment or these rules otherwise provide, a case 
management officer, at the direction of the Court, may assist the Court 
with respect to the management of matters before the Court as 
authorized by section 14 of the Court of Appeal Act.
(2)  A case management officer may consult with an appeal judge or 
refer any issue to a single appeal judge or a panel of the Court of 
Appeal. 
(3)  Any person affected by an administrative direction of a case 
management officer may apply to a single appeal judge to have it 
rescinded, confirmed, amended or enforced. 
Single appeal judges
14.37(1)  Unless an enactment or these rules otherwise require, a 
single appeal judge may hear and decide any application incidental to 
an appeal, including those that could have been decided by a case 
management officer. 
(2)  For greater certainty, a single appeal judge may
	(a)	grant permission to appeal, unless an enactment requires that 
an application for permission to appeal must be heard by a 
panel of the Court of Appeal,
	(b)	declare an appeal to be struck, dismissed or abandoned for 
failure to comply with a mandatory rule, prior order or 
direction of the Court of Appeal,
	(c)	when a notice of appeal or an application for permission to 
appeal is not filed within the time limit, strike the appeal or 
application or extend the time to appeal or to seek permission 
to appeal,
	(d)	dismiss an appeal if it has not been significantly advanced in 
over 6 months and significant prejudice has resulted to a 
party,
	(e)	grant leave to intervene, and
	(f)	refer any application to a panel of the Court of Appeal.
Court of Appeal panels
14.38(1)  A panel of the Court of Appeal may decide any application, 
including those that could have been decided by a single appeal judge.
(2)  The following applications must be heard by a panel of the Court 
of Appeal:
	(a)	an application to allow or dismiss an appeal on the merits; 
	(b)	an application for new evidence, unless a panel of the Court 
of Appeal directs that the application be heard by a single 
appeal judge; 
	(c)	an application to reargue or reopen an appeal;
	(d)	an application for directions required to give effect to any 
decision of the Court of Appeal, unless a panel of the Court 
of Appeal directs that the application be heard by a single 
appeal judge; 
	(e)	an application to reconsider a prior precedential decision of 
the Court. 
Subdivision 2 
How to Apply
Case management officers
14.39  A request for administrative directions from a case 
management officer may be made informally, subject to any directions 
of the case management officer.
Applications to single appeal judges
14.40(1)  Subject to Subdivision 3, an application to a single appeal 
judge must be made by filing 3 copies of
	(a)	an application that meets the requirements of rule 14.53, 
	(b)	any accompanying affidavit, if required, 
	(c)	other material to be relied on, even if previously filed, and 
	(d)	a memorandum of argument, 
prepared in compliance with Subdivision 5. 
(2)  Subject to rule 6.4 and rule 14.44, the applicant must file and serve 
one additional copy of the application and other materials on every 
other party to the appeal at least 10 days before the application is 
scheduled to be heard.
Responses to applications to single appeal judges
14.41   The respondent to an application to a single appeal judge 
must, at least 5 days before the scheduled hearing of the application,
	(a)	file 3 copies of a reply memorandum of argument and any 
accompanying affidavit (if required) and any other materials 
to be relied on, prepared in compliance with Subdivision 5, 
and file and serve additional copies on every other party, or
	(b)	file 3 copies and serve a letter indicating that no additional 
materials will be filed by the respondent.
Applications to court of appeal panels
14.42(1)  Subject to Subdivision 3, an  application to a panel of the 
Court of Appeal must be made by filing 5 copies of
	(a)	an application that meets the requirements of rule 14.53, 
	(b)	any accompanying affidavit, if required, 
	(c)	other material to be relied on, even if previously filed, and 
	(d)	a memorandum of argument, 
prepared in compliance with Subdivision 5. 
(2)  For every other party to the appeal, the applicant must file and 
serve one additional copy of the application and other materials at least 
20 days before the application is scheduled to be heard.
Responses to applications to court of appeal panels
14.43   The respondent to an application to a panel of the Court of 
Appeal must, at least 10 days before the scheduled hearing of the 
application,
	(a)	file 5 copies of a reply memorandum of argument and any 
accompanying affidavit (if required), prepared in compliance 
with Subdivision 5, and file and serve additional copies on 
every other party to the appeal, or
	(b)	file 5 copies and serve a letter indicating that no additional 
materials will be filed by the respondent.
Subdivision 3 
Rules for Specific Applications
Application for permission to appeal
14.44(1)  An application for permission to appeal must comply with 
rules 14.5(2) and 14.40 and
	(a)	must be filed and served and must be returnable within the 
period specified in any enactment or these rules, or
	(b)	if there is no time for filing permission to appeal specified in 
any enactment or these rules, must be filed and served and 
returnable within the time for filing appeals set out in rule 
14.8.
(2)  An application for permission to appeal that has not been heard 
within 6 months from the date of the filing of the application is deemed 
to have been abandoned unless a case management officer otherwise 
directs.
(3)  Applications to preserve a time limitation may be brought on the 
notice a single appeal judge directs. 
Application to admit new evidence
14.45(1)  An application to admit new evidence must be filed and 
served prior to the filing of, and prior to the deadline for filing, the 
applicant's factum. 
(2)  In addition to the documents required by rule 14.42(1), the 
applicant must file
	(a)	5 copies of the proposed new evidence, and 
	(b)	5 envelopes large enough to contain a copy of the new 
evidence, marked "New Evidence" and with the appeal 
number and style of cause. 
Application to reconsider a previous decision
14.46   An application to reconsider a previous decision of the Court 
of Appeal must be filed and served and must be returnable prior to the 
filing of, and prior to the deadline for filing, the applicant's factum. 
Application to restore an appeal
14.47   An application to restore an appeal that has been struck, 
dismissed or deemed abandoned must be filed and served and must be 
returnable
	(a)	for a standard appeal, within 6 months, and
	(b)	for a fast track appeal, within 3 months,
after having been struck, dismissed or deemed abandoned.
Stay pending appeal
14.48   An application to stay proceedings or enforcement of a 
decision pending appeal may be made 
	(a)	to the judge who made that decision, or 
	(b)	to a single appeal judge, whether or not the application was 
made to the judge who made the decision, and whether or not 
that application was granted or dismissed. 
Subdivision 4 
Deciding Applications
Failure to respond
14.49   A respondent who fails to respond to an application or who 
elects not to file a memorandum in response to an application may not 
present oral argument at the hearing of the application unless the single 
appeal judge or the panel of the Court of Appeal otherwise permits. 
Time limits for oral argument
14.50   Unless otherwise permitted,
	(a)	subject to clause (b), oral argument on an application, 
including a reply, before a single appeal judge or a panel of 
the Court of Appeal may not exceed 15 minutes for each 
party to the application, 
	(b)	oral argument on an application for permission to appeal, 
including a reply, may not exceed 30 minutes for each party 
to the application, and
	(c)	consolidated applications are to be treated as one application 
for the purpose of this rule.
Applications without oral argument
14.51   On agreement of all parties, but subject to any contrary 
direction, a single appeal judge or a panel of the Court of Appeal may 
hear and decide applications without oral argument. 
Applications not heard within 3 months
14.52   Subject to rule 14.44(2), if an application is not heard within 3 
months after the date the application is filed, the application is deemed 
to be abandoned unless a case management officer otherwise directs. 
Subdivision 5 
Format of Applications and Responses
Format of applications 
14.53   An application to a single appeal judge or a panel of the Court 
of Appeal must be in Form AP-3 and must
	(a)	state briefly the grounds for filing the application,
	(b)	identify the material or evidence intended to be relied on,
	(c)	refer precisely to any applicable provision of an enactment or 
rule, and
	(d)	state the remedy sought.
Format of memoranda
14.54   Memoranda filed on an application
	(a)	must not be longer than 10 double-spaced pages on an 
application for permission to appeal and 5 double-spaced 
pages for any other application, 
	(b)	may in addition attach a chronology, where that is relevant to 
the application, and
	(c)	in an application for permission to appeal, must include a 
copy of the reasons for the decision proposed to be appealed.
Division 5 
Managing the Appeal Process
Subdivision 1 
Responsibilities of the Parties 
 and Court Assistance
Responsibility of parties to manage an appeal
14.55(1)  The parties to an appeal are responsible for managing the 
appeal and for planning its resolution in a timely and cost-effective 
way.
(2)  The parties may seek advice and direction for managing the appeal 
from a case management officer as provided for in rule 14.36.
Orders to facilitate appeal
14.56   If an appeal is not being managed in an appropriate way, a 
single appeal judge may make a procedural order, an order under Part 
4, Division 2, an order expediting the appeal, or any other appropriate 
order, or a case management officer may make any appropriate 
direction.
Subdivision 2 
Parties to an Appeal
Adding, removing or substituting parties to an appeal
14.57   A party or person may be added, removed or substituted as a 
party to an appeal in accordance with rule 3.74. 
Intervenor status on appeal
14.58(1)  In addition to persons having a right to intervene in law, a 
single appeal judge may grant status to a person to intervene in an 
appeal, subject to any terms and conditions and with the rights and 
privileges specified by the judge. 
(2)  A person granted intervenor status in the court appealed from must 
apply again to obtain intervenor status on an appeal. 
(3)  Unless otherwise ordered, an intervenor may not raise or argue 
issues not raised by the other parties to the appeal.
Subdivision 3 
Settlement Using Court Process
Formal offers to settle
14.59(1)  No later than 10 days before an appeal is scheduled to be 
heard, a party may serve on the party to whom the offer is made a 
formal offer to settle the appeal or any part of the appeal in accordance 
with Part 4, Division 5. 
(2)  A valid formal offer to settle an appeal may be accepted in 
accordance with rule 4.25.
(3)  Unless a valid formal offer to settle an appeal is withdrawn under 
rule 4.24(4), the valid formal offer to settle an appeal remains open for 
acceptance until the earlier of
	(a)	the expiry of 2 months after the date of the offer or any 
longer period specified in the offer, and
	(b) 	the start of the oral hearing of the appeal.
(4)  Where a formal offer to settle an appeal is made, costs of the 
appeal must be awarded in accordance with rule 4.29.
Subdivision 4 
Judicial Dispute Resolution on Appeal
Judicial dispute resolution of an appeal
14.60   An arrangement for a judicial dispute resolution process on 
appeal may be made in accordance with Part 4, Division 3, Subdivision 
2.
Suspension of time periods
14.61(1)  Once a date has been scheduled for judicial dispute 
resolution, time limits in respect of the appeal are suspended until an 
order or direction is made under subrule (2).
(2)  If judicial dispute resolution is not successful, 
	(a)	the appeal judge conducting the judicial dispute resolution 
will set time limits for filing and serving any remaining 
materials on the appeal, or
	(b)	if no order is made under clause (a) a case management 
officer may provide a direction setting the time limits for 
filing and serving any remaining materials on the appeal.
Subdivision 5 
Delay in Advancing Appeals
Dismissal for delay
14.62   A panel of the Court of Appeal may dismiss an appeal if it is 
satisfied that delay in advancing the appeal has resulted in significant 
prejudice to a party.
Powers of a single appeal judge
14.63   If delay occurs in the advancement of an appeal, a single 
appeal judge may
	(a)	make a procedural order or otherwise give directions to 
expedite the appeal, or
	(b)	dismiss the appeal, if it has not been significantly advanced 
for over 6 months and significant prejudice has resulted to a 
party.
Failure to meet deadlines
14.64   An appeal must be struck by the Registrar if
	(a)	the appellant has failed to file the Appeal Record within the 
time period set out in these rules,
	(b)	the appellant has failed to file its factum
	(i)	before the expiry of the deadline for filing the factum in 
a standard appeal set out in rule 14.23(1), or
	(ii)	by the deadline for filing the factum in a fast track 
appeal set out in rule 14.24(1)(a),
	(c)	a standard appeal has not been placed on the Civil Appeal 
Hearing List before the earlier of
	(i)	6 months after the deadline for the filing of the last 
factum in the appeal, and
	(ii)	12 months after the filing of the notice of appeal, 
		or
	(d)	a fast track appeal has not been placed on the Civil Appeal 
Hearing List within 6 months of the filing of the notice of 
appeal.
Restoring appeals
14.65(1)  An appeal or application for permission to appeal that has 
been struck by operation of these rules or the provisions of any order, 
or by failure of any party to appear when required, may be restored
	(a)	with the filed written consent of the parties or by order of a 
single appeal judge on application under rule 14.47, and
	(b)	on the payment of the fee for an application to restore an 
appeal in Schedule B.
(2)  An order or written consent restoring an appeal must set deadlines 
and directions for the filing of any outstanding materials, and if the 
appellant fails to comply with any of those deadlines or directions, the 
appeal is deemed to have been struck again.
(3)  An appeal or application is deemed to have been abandoned if no 
application to restore an appeal or application for permission to appeal 
has been filed, served and made
	(a)	for a standard appeal, within 6 months after having been 
struck, dismissed or deemed abandoned, and
	(b)	for a fast track appeal, within 3 months after having been 
struck, dismissed or deemed abandoned.
Subdivision 6 
Discontinuing an Appeal
Discontinuance
14.66(1)  The appellant may discontinue the appeal by filing and 
serving a notice to discontinue in Form AP-4, and the respondent is 
entitled to a costs award for having responded to the appeal.
(2)  The discontinuance of an appeal does not operate as a 
discontinuance of a cross appeal.
Subdivision 7 
Security for Costs
Security for costs
14.67(1)  A single appeal judge may order a party to provide security 
for payment of a costs award pursuant to Part 4, Division 4.
(2)  Where a party does not provide security as ordered, the appeal is 
deemed to have been abandoned and the other party is entitled to a 
costs award.
Division 6 
Deciding Appeals and Applications
Subdivision 1 
Effect of Filing an Appeal
No stay of enforcement
14.68   Unless otherwise ordered under rule 14.48 or provided by law, 
the filing of an appeal or an application for permission to appeal does 
not operate as a stay of proceedings or enforcement of the decision 
under appeal.
Intermediate acts valid
14.69   Unless otherwise ordered by the court appealed from, an 
appeal does not invalidate any intermediate act or proceeding taken.
Subdivision 2 
Basis on Which Appeals Are Decided
No new evidence without order
14.70   Unless an order is granted under rule 14.45 permitting the 
reliance on new evidence, appeals will be decided on the record before 
the court appealed from.
Interlocutory decisions
14.71   An interlocutory order of the court appealed from does not 
restrict the ability of the Court of Appeal to decide an appeal, despite 
there having been no appeal from the interlocutory order.
Binding precedents
14.72   Unless permission has been granted under rule 14.46 by a 
panel of the Court of Appeal, no party may argue that a prior 
precedential decision of the Court should be reconsidered.
Subdivision 3 
Powers of the Court
Procedural powers
14.73   In addition to the powers provided for in other Parts of these 
rules, a single appeal judge or a panel of the Court of Appeal may
	(a)	adjourn any appeal or matter, with or without conditions,
	(b)	cure any contravention, non-compliance or irregularity in 
procedure, or permit or direct any amendment or any 
deviation from the requirements of these rules with respect to 
the form or filing of any document,
	(c)	render judgment at any time,
	(d)	render or sign judgment on behalf of another judge or a panel 
when authorized to do so, 
	(e)	inspect any property in accordance with an order made under 
rule 6.26, and
	(f)	hear any appeal or application electronically under rule 6.10.
Application to dismiss an appeal
14.74   On application, a panel of the Court of Appeal may dismiss all 
or part of an appeal and may make any order that the circumstances 
require, including a costs award, if 
	(a)	the Court of Appeal has no jurisdiction,
	(b)	the appeal is moot,
	(c)	the appeal is frivolous, vexatious, without merit or improper, 
or
	(d)	the appeal or any step in the appeal is an abuse of process.
Disposing of appeals
14.75(1)  Unless an enactment otherwise provides, when deciding an 
appeal, the Court of Appeal may
	(a)	receive further evidence,
	(b)	draw inferences of fact,
	(c)	give any judgment or order that ought to have been made by 
the court appealed from,
	(d)	direct the resumption or continuation of any proceeding 
before the court appealed from,
	(e)	vary or reverse a finding on any question, without interfering 
with the finding or decision on any other question, 
	(f)	direct a new trial on the whole or any part of the decision 
under appeal, or with respect to some or all of the parties, and
	(g)	give any other decision or direction required to resolve the 
appeal.
(2)  The Court of Appeal may dismiss an appeal despite an error of law 
or fact, a misdirection or an erroneous ruling on the evidence where 
	(a)	no substantial wrong or miscarriage of justice has resulted,
	(b)	the decision would have been the same despite the error, or
	(c)	despite any irregularity, no significant prejudice has been 
experienced by any party.
Judgment by consent
14.76   Subject to rule 3.35, a respondent may consent to the reversal 
or variation of the decision under appeal.
Subdivision 4 
Judgments and Orders
Preparation and signature of judgments and orders
14.77(1)  Unless otherwise directed, Part 9, Division 1 applies to the 
preparation and entry of judgments and orders of the Court of Appeal.
(2)  The Court of Appeal may authorize a single appeal judge to settle 
the form of any order or judgment. 
(3)  A judgment or order may be signed by the judge or the panel who 
granted it or by the Registrar.
Entry of judgments and orders
14.78(1)  The Registrar must enter all judgments and orders on the 
court file, showing the date of entry, and subject to rule 9.6 the 
judgment is effective as if it were a judgment or order of the court 
appealed from.
(2)  Any interested person may file a copy of the Court's judgment in 
the court appealed from.
Supreme Court of Canada judgments 
14.79   The Registrar must
	(a)	enter any judgment granted by the Supreme Court of Canada 
on the file of the Court of Appeal, showing the date of entry, 
and
	(b)	send a copy of the Supreme Court judgment to the clerk of 
the court appealed from for filing in that court, and the 
judgment may be acted on as if it were a judgment of that 
court.
Interest on judgments
14.80   If a decision awarding a sum of money is reversed or varied, 
interest is payable on the amount of the appeal judgment from the date 
that the decision under appeal was pronounced.
Division 7 
General Rules for Appeals
Subdivision 1 
Service of Appeal Documents 
and Representation
Service of appeal documents
14.81(1)  A notice of appeal and an application for permission to 
appeal may be served
	(a) 	at the address for service provided in the court appealed from 
as referred to in rule 11.15 or rule 11.17, or 
	(b)	otherwise as set out in Part 11, Division 2 or Part 11, 
Division 5.
(2)  All other materials required or authorized to be served under this 
Part may be served in accordance with Part 11, Division 3.
Lawyer of record and litigation representative
14.82   Unless otherwise ordered,
	(a)	the lawyer of record in the court appealed from continues as 
the lawyer of record on the appeal until ceasing to be so in 
accordance with Part 2, Division 4, and
	(b)	subject to rule 2.21, a litigation representative under Part 2 
continues in that capacity in the appeal.
Subdivision 2 
Restricted Access Orders
Orders restricting access to appeal proceedings
14.83(1)  A restricted access order made by the court appealed from 
continues in force and applies to the appeal or an application for 
permission to appeal until otherwise ordered by a single appeal judge.
(2)  A single appeal judge may make a restricted court access order 
under Part 6, Division 4 with respect to an appeal or an application for 
permission to appeal.
Subdivision 3 
Rules for All Filed Materials
Place of filing
14.84   Unless otherwise directed, an appeal must be carried on, and 
all material must be filed, at the office of the Registrar of the Court of 
Appeal where the appeal was started under rule 14.8.
Method of filing
14.85   The Registrar must assign an appeal number to each appeal 
and endorse that number and the date of filing on any document filed 
in the appeal.
Non-compliant appeal materials
14.86   Appeal materials may, by order of a single appeal judge or by 
direction of a case management officer, be dispensed with, varied as to 
form or amended in accordance with rule 13.17.
Requirements for all documents
14.87(1)  All materials prepared for an appeal must 
	(a)	be succinct, legible and divided into a single series of 
consecutively numbered paragraphs,
	(b)	include the names of the parties in a style of cause in Form 
AP-6,
	(i)	as set out in the notice of appeal, unless amended,
	(ii)	listed in the same order in which they were listed in the 
style of cause in the court appealed from, and
	(iii)	including the status of the party in the appeal and in the 
court appealed from,
	(c)	identify the nature of the material, the name of the party 
filing it, and that party's status on the appeal,
	(d)	provide an address for service,
	(e)	provide the name, address and contact information of the 
person who prepared the material,
	(f)	be divided into volumes of approximately 200 pages each, 
and
	(g)	be  8.5? x 11? in size.
(2)  The Appeal Record, factums, Extracts of Key Evidence and Books 
of Authorities must have a cover page in Form AP 5 that include the 
name of the Court of Appeal, the location of the office of the Registrar 
of the Court of Appeal and the appeal number assigned by the 
Registrar.
Subdivision 4 
Costs of Appeals
Cost awards 
14.88(1)  Unless otherwise ordered, the successful party in an appeal 
or an application is entitled to a costs award against the unsuccessful 
party.
(2)  The provisions of Part 10, Division 2 and Schedule C apply to 
appeals.
(3)  Unless otherwise ordered, the scale of costs in an appeal shall be 
the same as the scale that applies to the order or judgment appealed 
from.
Subdivision 5 
Fees on Appeal
Fees and allowances
14.89(1)  In every appeal there must be paid to the Registrar or other 
appropriate person, at the time of filing, the fees specified in Schedule 
B, unless the Registrar waives the fee, in whole or in part, in 
accordance with guidelines, if any, established or adopted by the 
Minister of Justice and Solicitor General for persons unable to pay 
fees.
(2)  Part 13, Division 5 applies to appeals.
Subdivision 6 
Sanctions
Sanctions
14.90(1)  In addition to the sanctions set out in Part 10, Division 4,
	(a)	unless otherwise ordered, a party is not entitled to assess 
costs or recover disbursements in respect of a procedural step 
in which the party has
	(i)	failed to comply with a deadline set out in this Part, 
	(ii)	filed a document that fails to comply in a substantial 
respect with the requirements of these rules, or
	(iii)	filed a document that is carelessly or inadequately 
prepared or that contains illegible material or text;
	(b)	in the case of any non-compliance with a rule or a direction 
or order, a single appeal judge or a panel of the Court of 
Appeal may strike from the record any document, including a 
notice of appeal or cross appeal, or provide directions for the 
management of the appeal.
(2)  Where an appeal has been struck by operation of these rules or the 
provisions of any order or because of the failure of any party to appear 
when required, or has been deemed to have been struck or abandoned, 
the respondent is entitled to a costs award for having responded to the 
appeal.
(3)  A single appeal judge may order the interim release of the 
appellant pending the appeal of any order for the imprisonment or 
other restraint of the liberty of the appellant arising from a civil 
sanction imposed by the court appealed from.
Subdivision 7 
The Registrar
Duties of a Registrar
14.91(1)  A Registrar must perform the duties required by these rules 
and the Court of Appeal, including, subject to any direction of the 
Court,
	(a)	establishing and maintaining a court file for each appeal,
	(b)	establishing and maintaining lists of appeals, including the 
Civil Appeal Hearing List and the Unscheduled Civil 
Appeals List,
	(c)	receiving and filing all appeal materials, having control and 
custody of them, and distributing them to the judges as 
required,
	(d)	attending in court as required and keeping a record of all 
proceedings before the Court and its judges, including 
	(i)	keeping records of particulars of the appeals heard and 
the judges in attendance,
	(ii)	identifying the appearing parties and their counsel,
	(iii)	keeping records of particulars of the appeal heard and 
the result of the appeal, and
	(iv)	noting the time occupied in hearing,
	(e)	keeping proper accounts of money and property received or 
dispersed, 
	(f)	settling and signing judgments and orders in accordance with 
these rules, and
	(g)	at the conclusion of an appeal, returning to the court appealed 
from any records of that court.
(2)  In the absence of a Registrar, a Deputy Registrar or another person 
appointed by the Court may act in place of the Registrar.
Authority of the Registrar
14.92   The Registrar may, with or without consulting with a case 
management officer or a judge,  
	(a)	where any document presented for filing is irregular, not 
readily legible or otherwise carelessly or inadequately 
prepared,
	(i)	accept the document for filing, with or without advising 
the party presenting the document of the deficiency,
	(ii)	accept the document for filing and note the deficiency 
on the face of the document, 
	(iii)	accept the document for filing on terms, directions or 
undertakings to be agreed to by the filing party, or
	(iv)	in the case of a significant deficiency that prevents the 
Registrar from filing the document, or that is likely to 
prejudice a party or interfere with the disposition of the 
appeal, reject the document;
	(b)	refuse to accept a document for filing, or to perform any 
other official act, where the instructions to the Registrar are 
not clear; 
	(c)	endorse a document as having been filed on the date when 
the document was first tendered for filing;
	(d)	subject to any conditions that the Registrar may specify, 
require personal attendance in an office of the Registrar of 
the Court of Appeal by a party filing any appeal materials, or 
accept documents for filing by mail or electronically;
	(e)	bring to the attention of the Court for summary determination 
any appeal that the Registrar determines is frivolous or 
vexatious or significantly irregular, or that can otherwise be 
determined on a summary basis.

5   Rule 15.14(3) is repealed.  

6   The following is added after rule 15.15:
Transitional provisions - Part 14
15.16(1)  Except as otherwise provided in an enactment, by Part 14 
or by an order under rule 15.6, Part 14 applies to every appeal 
existing on September 1, 2014.
(2)  Despite rule 14.8 but subject to any enactment, a notice of 
appeal or an application for permission to appeal may be filed and 
served before the later of
	(a)	the deadline for filing under the Alberta Rules of Court 
(AR 390/68), and
	(b)	the deadline for filing under Part 14,
except that no appeal may be filed under clause (a) after the expiry 
of 4 months following September 1, 2014.

7   Schedule A is amended by adding Division 3, as set out 
in Schedule 1 to this Regulation, after Division 2. 

8   Schedule B is amended 
	(a)	by renumbering items 31 to 36 as 32 to 37 
respectively;
	(b)	by adding the following after item 30:
31   The fee for filing an application to restore an appeal or a 
written consent to restore an appeal is, unless otherwise 
ordered:
	(a)	for the first restoration of the appeal
	(b)	for the 2nd restoration of the appeal
	(c)	for any subsequent restoration of the appeal
 
 
 
$200
$500
$1000

9   Schedule C is amended by adding the items set out in 
Schedule 2 to this Regulation, after Division 2, item 17.

10   The Appendix is amended 
	(a)	by repealing the definition "file" and substituting 
the following:
		"file" means to present the correct document and obtain an 
acknowledgment 
	(a)	by the court clerk that a commencement document, 
pleading, affidavit or other document is part of the court 
file, or 
	(b)	in the case of an appeal or an application under Part 14, 
by the Registrar of the Court of Appeal that the 
document is part of the Court of Appeal Record;
	(b)	by repealing the definition "party" and substituting 
the following:
		"party" means a party to an action; in Part 10, Division 2 the 
word "party" has an extended meaning that includes a person 
filing or participating in an application or proceeding who is 
or may be entitled to or subject to a costs award; in Part 12, 
in respect of a proceeding under the Family Law Act, "party" 
includes a public official, including the Director acting under 
Part 5 of the Income and Employment Supports Act, who, 
pursuant to any enactment, has the right to commence, 
defend, intervene in or take any step in respect of the 
application and exercises that right; in Part 14, "party" means 
a party to an appeal or an application under Part 14, and 
includes an intervenor where the context requires;

11   This Regulation comes into force on September 1, 2014.
Schedule 1 
(section 7) 
 
Division 3 
Forms for Part 14

Rule #
Form #



Civil Notice of Appeal
14.8 and 14.12
AP-1
Civil Notice of Cross Appeal
14.11
AP-2
Application
14.53
AP-3
Discontinuance of Appeal
14.66
AP-4
Cover Page
14.87
AP-5
Style of Cause
14.87
AP-6
COURT OF APPEAL OF ALBERTA 
 
Form AP-1  
[Rules 14.8 and 14.12]
	Registrar's stamp:
COURT OF APPEAL FILE NUMBER:
TRIAL COURT FILE NUMBER:
REGISTRY OFFICE
PLAINTIFF/APPLICANT:
	STATUS ON APPEAL:
DEFENDANT/RESPONDENT:
	STATUS ON APPEAL:
DOCUMENT	CIVIL NOTICE OF APPEAL
APPELLANT'S ADDRESS FOR SERVICE AND
CONTACT INFORMATION:
WARNING
To The Respondent:   If you do not respond to this appeal as 
provided for in the Alberta Rules of Court, the appeal will be decided 
in your absence and without your input. 
1   Particulars of Judgment, Order or Decision Appealed from:
Date pronounced:  	
Date entered:         	
Date served:          	
Official neutral citation of reasons for decision if any:  
(do not attach copy)            	
(Attach a copy of order or judgment: Rule 14.12(3). If a copy is not 
attached, indicate under item 14 and file a copy as soon as possible: 
Rule 14.18(2).)
2   Indicate where the matter originated:
?  Court of Queen's Bench
Judicial Centre:   	
Justice:                	
On appeal from a Queen's Bench Master or Provincial Court 
Judge? ?  Yes    ?   No
Official neutral citation of reasons for decision, if any, of the 
Master or Provincial Court Judge:
(do not attach copy)         	
(If originating from an order of a Queen's Bench Master or 
Provincial Court Judge, a copy of that order is also required: 
Rule 14.18(1)(c).)
?  Board, Tribunal or Professional Discipline Body
Specify Body:   	
3   Details of Permission to Appeal, if required (Rules 14.5 and 14.12(3)(a)).
?  Permission not required, or ?  Granted:
Date:       	
Justice:   	
(Attach a copy of order, but not reasons for decision.)
4   Portion being appealed (Rule 14.12(2)(c)):
?  Whole, or
?  Only specific parts (if specific part, indicate which part):
(Where parts only of a family law order are appealed, describe the 
issues being appealed, e.g. property, child support, parenting, etc.)
5   Provide a brief description of the issues:
		
		
		
6   Provide a brief description of the relief claimed:
		
		
		
7   Is this appeal required to be dealt with as a fast track appeal? (Rule 
14.14)
?  Yes   ?  No
8   Does this appeal involve the custody, access, parenting or support of a 
child? (Rule 14.14(2)(b))
?  Yes   ?  No
9   Will an application be made to expedite this appeal?
?  Yes   ?  No
10   Is Judicial Dispute Resolution with a view to settlement or 
crystallization of issues appropriate? (Rule 14.60)
?  Yes   ?  No
11   Could this matter be decided without oral argument? (Rule 14.32(2))
?  Yes   ?  No
12   Are there any restricted access orders or statutory provisions that 
affect the privacy status of this file? (Rules 6.29, 14.12(2)(e), 14.83)
?  Yes   ?  No
If yes, provide details:    	
(Attach a copy of any order.)
13   List respondent(s) or counsel for the respondent(s), with contact 
information.
		
		
If specified constitutional issues are raised, service on the Attorney 
General is required under s24 of the Judicature Act: Rule 14.18(1)(c)(viii).
14   Attachments (as applicable)
Order or judgment under appeal if available (not reasons for 
decision) (Rule 14.12(3))
Earlier order of Master, etc. (Rule 14.18(1)(c))
Order granting permission to appeal (Rule 14.12(3)(a))
Copy of any restricted access order (Rule 14.12(2)(e))
If any document is not available, it should be appended to the factum, or 
included elsewhere in the appeal record.
COURT OF APPEAL OF ALBERTA 
 
Form AP-2 
[Rule 14.11]
	Registrar's stamp:
COURT OF APPEAL FILE NUMBER:
TRIAL COURT FILE NUMBER:
REGISTRY OFFICE
PLAINTIFF/APPLICANT:
	STATUS ON APPEAL:
DEFENDANT/RESPONDENT:
	STATUS ON APPEAL:
DOCUMENT	CIVIL NOTICE OF CROSS APPEAL
ADDRESS FOR SERVICE AND CONTACT
INFORMATION OF RESPONDENT/CROSS APPELLANT FILING 
THIS DOCUMENT: 
and CONTACT INFORMATION OF ALL OTHER PARTIES:
TAKE NOTICE THAT ON THE APPEAL the Respondent/Cross 
Appellant intends to argue that the decision under appeal be varied.
1.	Particulars of portions of decision to be varied:
2.	Relief Requested:
COURT OF APPEAL OF ALBERTA 
 
Form AP-3 
[Rule 14.53]
	Registrar's stamp:
COURT OF APPEAL FILE NUMBER:
TRIAL COURT FILE NUMBER:
REGISTRY OFFICE
PLAINTIFF/APPLICANT:
	STATUS ON APPEAL:
DEFENDANT/RESPONDENT:
	STATUS ON APPEAL:
DOCUMENT	APPLICATION OF                          
	(name of party and status on appeal)
ADDRESS FOR SERVICE AND
CONTACT INFORMATION OF
PARTY FILING THIS DOCUMENT: 
and CONTACT INFORMATION OF ALL OTHER PARTIES:
NOTICE TO RESPONDENT(S)
(Indicate name(s) of respondent(s) to this application, and their status on 
appeal.)
WARNING
If you do not come to Court on the date and time shown below either in 
person or by your lawyer, the Court may give the applicant what it wants 
in your absence. You will be bound by any order that the Court makes. If 
you intend to rely on other evidence or a memorandum in support of your 
position when the application is heard or considered, you must file and 
serve those documents in compliance with the Rules. (Rules 14.41 and 
14.43)
NOTICE TO RESPONDENT(S)
You have the right to state your side of this matter before the Court. 
To do so, you must be in court when the application is heard as 
shown below.
	Date    _________________
	Time     _________________
	Where  _________________
	Before   ?  single judge of the court (Rule 14.37)
	              ?  panel of the court (Rule 14.38)
Nature of application and relief sought:
1.	
Grounds for making this application:
2.	
Material or evidence to be relied on:
3.	
Applicable Acts, regulations and rules:
4.	
COURT OF APPEAL OF ALBERTA 
 
Form AP-4 
[Rule 14.66]
	Registrar's stamp:
COURT OF APPEAL FILE NUMBER:
TRIAL COURT FILE NUMBER:
REGISTRY OFFICE
PLAINTIFF/APPLICANT:
	STATUS ON APPEAL:
DEFENDANT/RESPONDENT:
	STATUS ON APPEAL:
DOCUMENT	DISCONTINUANCE OF APPEAL
ADDRESS FOR SERVICE AND
CONTACT INFORMATION OF
PARTY FILING THIS DOCUMENT: 
and CONTACT INFORMATION OF ALL OTHER PARTIES:
The Appellant(s) discontinues this appeal [specify whole, or parts 
discontinued] against the Respondent(s) [or name applicable 
Respondent(s)].
		Dated this ____ day of ________, 20___.
NOTE
If you discontinue the appeal, the other party is entitled to costs 
(Rule 14.66) unless the other party has consented to a discontinuance 
without costs.
COURT OF APPEAL OF ALBERTA 
 
Form AP-5 
[Rule 14.87]
	Registrar's stamp:
COURT OF APPEAL FILE NUMBER:
TRIAL COURT FILE NUMBER:
REGISTRY OFFICE
PLAINTIFF/APPLICANT:
	STATUS ON APPEAL:
DEFENDANT/RESPONDENT:
	STATUS ON APPEAL:
DOCUMENT	COVER PAGE
		
Appeal from the Decision of
The Honourable Mr./Madam Justice                                                
Dated the ______ day of __________, 20____
Filed the ______ day of __________, 20____
		
Title of Book (including name and status on appeal of filing party), 
volume number, and page numbers and/or tabs included in volume
		
Party's name, counsel's name,                 Contact information of all 
address, telephone and fax numbers          other parties to the appeal
of party filing this document.
		
Name, address and telephone and fax numbers
of the individual or organization that prepared the appeal record
The appeal record has been prepared in	?  electronic format
		?  document format
COURT OF APPEAL OF ALBERTA 
 
Form AP-6 
[Rule 14.87]
	Registrar's stamp:
COURT OF APPEAL FILE NUMBER:
TRIAL COURT FILE NUMBER:
REGISTRY OFFICE
PLAINTIFF/APPLICANT:
	STATUS ON APPEAL:
DEFENDANT/RESPONDENT:
	STATUS ON APPEAL:
DOCUMENT	                                                        
	(type of document)                             

	(name of party and status on appeal)
ADDRESS FOR SERVICE AND
CONTACT INFORMATION OF
PARTY FILING THIS DOCUMENT: 
and CONTACT INFORMATION OF ALL OTHER PARTIES:
Schedule 2 
(section 9)

Appeals





18  All steps 
taken to file 
Notice of 
Appeal and 
speak to the list

200
300
400
500
600
19  Preparation 
for appeal 
 
Preparation of 
factum 
 
All other 
preparation

 
 
 
1000 
 
 
500
 
 
 
2000 
 
 
1000
 
 
 
4000 
 
 
2000
 
 
 
6000 
 
 
3000
 
 
 
8000 
 
 
4000
20  Appearance 
to argue before 
Appeal Court for 
first 1/2 day or 
part of it. 
 
First counsel 
 
Second counsel 
(when allowed 
by the Court)

 
 
 
 
 
 
1000 
 
500
 
 
 
 
 
 
1500 
 
750
 
 
 
 
 
 
2000 
 
1000
 
 
 
 
 
 
2500 
 
1250
 
 
 
 
 
 
3000 
 
1500
21  Appearance 
to argue before 
Appeal Court for 
each full 1/2 day 
occupied after 
the first 1/2 day. 
 
First counsel 
 
Second counsel 
(when allowed 
by the Court)

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
500
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
750 
 
375
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
1100 
 
  500
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
1300 
 
  650
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
1600 
 
  800
22  Appearance 
on contested 
application 
before Appeal 
Court, including 
brief.
750
1250
1750
2000
2500




Alberta Regulation 42/2014
Residential Tenancies Act
SUBSIDIZED PUBLIC HOUSING (EXTENSION OF EXPIRY DATE) 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 12, 2014
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 71/2014) 
on March 12, 2014 pursuant to section 69 of the Residential Tenancies Act. 
1   The Subsidized Public Housing Regulation (AR 191/2004) 
is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 7 is amended by striking out "July 31, 2014" and 
substituting "March 31, 2017".


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Alberta Regulation 43/2014
Government Organization Act
DESIGNATION AND TRANSFER OF RESPONSIBILITY 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 12, 2014
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 79/2014) 
on March 12, 2014 pursuant to section 16 of the Government Organization Act. 
1   The Designation and Transfer of Responsibility 
Regulation (AR 80/2012) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 9(3) is repealed and the following is substituted:
(3)  The powers, duties and functions of the Minister in the Alberta 
Aids to Daily Living and Extended Health Benefits Regulation 
(AR 236/85) are transferred to the responsibility of the Minister of 
Health.

3   Section 10 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1)
	(i)	by repealing clause (c) and substituting the 
following:
	(c)	Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped Act, 
except sections 1(f), 10 and 12(2);
	(ii)	 by repealing clause (h) and substituting the 
following: 
	(h)	Child, Youth and Family Enhancement Act, except 
sections 128(1)(a) and (3) and 131(2)(b);
	(iii)	by repealing clause (l);
	(iv)	by repealing clause (m) and substituting the 
following;
	(m)	Income and Employment Supports Act, except 
sections 3, 42(2) and 47;
	(b)	by adding the following after subsection (3):
(3.1)  The responsibility for sections 1(f), 10 and 12(2) of the 
Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped Act is transferred 
to the common responsibility of the Minister of Human Services 
and the Minister of Health.
(3.2)  The responsibility for sections 128(1)(a) and (3) and 
131(2)(b) of the Child, Youth and Family Enhancement Act is 
transferred to the common responsibility of the Minister of 
Human Services and the Minister of Health.
(3.3)  The responsibility for the Family Support for Children 
with Disabilities Act is transferred to the common responsibility 
of the Minister of Human Services and the Minister of Health.
(3.4)  The responsibility for sections 3, 42(2) and 47 of the 
Income and Employment Supports Act is transferred to the 
common responsibility of the Minister of Human Services and 
the Minister of Health.
	(c)	by adding the following after subsection (5):
(5.1)  The powers, duties and functions of the Minister in section 
3 of the Applications and Appeals (Ministerial) Regulation 
(AR 89/2007) are transferred to the common responsibility of the 
Minister of Human Services and the Minister of Health.
(5.2)  The powers, duties and functions of the Minister in section 
4(3) and 7 of the Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped 
General Regulation (AR 91/2007) are transferred to the common 
responsibility of the Minister of Human Services and the 
Minister of Health.
(5.3)  The powers, duties and functions of the Minister in Part 3 
and in section 93(1)(a) of the Income Support, Training and 
Health Benefits Regulation (AR 122/2011) are transferred to the 
common responsibility of the Minister of Human Services and 
the Minister of Health.

4   This Regulation comes into force on April 1, 2014.


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Alberta Regulation 44/2014
Public Health Act
COMMUNICABLE DISEASES AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 12, 2014
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 76/2014) 
on March 12, 2014 pursuant to section 66 of the Public Health Act. 
1   The Communicable Diseases Regulation (AR 238/85) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 1 is amended
	(a)	by repealing clause (m.1) and substituting the 
following:
	(m.1)	"institution" means
	(i)	a correctional institution as defined in the 
Corrections Act, 
	(ii)	a facility as defined in the Mental Health Act, 
	(iii)	a nursing home within the meaning of the Nursing 
Homes Act, and 
	(iv)	a hostel or other establishment operated to provide 
accommodation and maintenance for unemployed 
or indigent persons;
	(b)	by repealing clause (u)(iii) and substituting the 
following:
	(iii)	the premises where a child care program that is licensed 
under the Child Care Licensing Act is offered or 
provided;

3   Section 15 is amended by striking out "March 31, 2014" 
and substituting "September 30, 2016".

4   Section 2(a) comes into force on the coming into force of  
section 25(3) of the Statutes Repeal Act.


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Alberta Regulation 45/2014
Regulations Act
MISCELLANEOUS CORRECTIONS AND REPEAL REGULATION
Filed: March 12, 2014
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 69/2014) 
on March 12, 2014 pursuant to section 10 of the Regulations Act. 
1   The Alberta Energy Regulator Rules of Practice 
(AR 99/2013) are amended by renumbering section 7.81(1) 
as section 7.81.

2   The Designation and Transfer of Responsibility 
Regulation (AR 80/2012) is amended 
	(a)	by repealing section 3(f), (k) and (ii);
	(b)	by repealing section 6(1)(g);
	(c)	in section 8(1)(w) by striking out "86.2(a)" and 
substituting "86(2)(a)";
	(d)	by repealing section 9(1)(n) and (aa);
	(e)	in section 10(1)
	(i)	by repealing clause (f);
	(ii)	in clause (j) by striking out "Drug endangered 
Children Act" and substituting "Drug-endangered 
Children Act";
	(iii)	by repealing clause (p) and substituting the 
following:
	(p)	Persons with Developmental Disabilities Services 
Act;
	(f)	by repealing section 13(1)(eee) and (dddd);
	(g)	by repealing section 15(f);
	(h)	in section 18
	(i)	in subsection (1)
	(A)	in clause (b) by striking out ", except section 
26.41";
	(B)	by repealing clauses (d), (q), (t) and (cc);
	(ii)	by repealing subsection (3).

3   The Designation of Trades and Businesses Regulation 
(AR 178/99) is amended in section 3(3)(x) by striking out  
"section 6.2" and substituting "section 6.3".

4   The Electronic Transactions Act Designation Regulation 
(AR 35/2003) is amended in the Schedule by striking out 
"Wheat Board Money Trust Board of Trustees".

5   The Lobbyists Act General Regulation (AR 247/2009) is 
amended in Schedule 1 by striking out "Wheat Board Money 
Trust Board of Trustees".

6   The Metallic and Industrial Minerals Tenure Regulation 
(AR 145/2005) is amended in section 3(2)(b) and (c) by 
striking out "Board" and substituting "Regulator".

7   The Metis Settlements Land Registry Regulation 
(AR 361/91) is amended in section 109(2) by striking out 
"uncertainity" and substituting "uncertainty".

8   The Mines and Minerals Administration Regulation 
(AR 262/97) is amended in section 1(l)(i)(B) and (ii) by 
striking out "Board" and substituting "Regulator".

9   The Oil and Gas Conservation Rules (AR 151/71) are 
amended
	(a)	in section 6.101(3) by striking out "meansures" and 
substituting "measures";
	(b)	in sections 6.191, 6.192, 10.011 and 12.061 and item 
1 of Schedule 6 by striking out "Board" and 
substituting "Regulator";
	(c)	in section 8.051(a) by adding "and Sustainable Resource 
Development" after "Environment".

10   The Oil Sands Allowed Costs (Ministerial) Regulation 
(231/2008) is amended
	(a)	in items 1, 22 and 52 of Schedule 1 by striking out 
"Board" wherever it occurs and substituting 
"Regulator";
	(b)	in item 52 of Schedule 1 by striking out "Board's" 
and substituting "Regulator's".

11   The Petroleum and Natural Gas Tenure Regulation 
(AR 263/97) is amended in section 1(u)(ii) by striking out 
"Rulens" and substituting "Rules".

12   The Power Engineers Regulation (AR 85/2003) is 
amended in Tables 1 to 5 of the Schedule
	(a)	by striking out "Kw" wherever it occurs  and 
substituting "kW";
	(b)	by striking out "kw" wherever it occurs and 
substituting "kW".

13   The Sugar Beet Marketing Plan Regulation (AR 275/97) 
is amended in section 8(b)(i) by striking out "a Executive" and 
substituting "an Executive".

14   In the following provisions of the following regulations, 
"section 603(2)" is struck out and "section 603.1(3)" is 
substituted: 
	(a)	Alberta Central East Water Corporation Regulation 
(AR 137/2013), section 6;
	(b)	Aquatera Utilities Inc. Regulation (AR 205/2013), section 6;
	(c)	Aqueduct Utilities Corporation Regulation (AR 92/2012), 
section 6;
	(d)	Business Tax Exemption (Legislative Assembly Office) 
Regulation (AR 214/2011), section 3;
	(e)	Chestermere Utilities Incorporated Regulation 
(AR 163/2013), section 6;
	(f)	Electric Energy Generation Exemption Regulation 
(AR 205/2012), section 3;
	(g)	Extension of Linear Property Regulation (AR 207/2012), 
section 3;
	(h)	Improvement District No. 349 Revenue Sharing Regulation 
(AR 47/2012), section 3;
	(i)	Lac La Biche County Property Tax Bylaw Regulation 
(AR 202/2011), section 3;
	(j)	Local Improvement (Road) Tax Bylaw Regulation 
(AR 164/2013), section 2;
	(k)	Municipal Finance Clarification Regulation (AR 206/2012), 
section 6;
	(l)	NEW water Ltd. Regulation (AR 159/2012), section 6;
	(m)	Newell Regional Services Corporation Regulation 
(AR 153/2012), section 6;
	(n)	Peace Regional Waste Management Company Regulation 
(AR 41/2011), section 6;
	(o)	SuperNet Assessment Regulation (AR 113/2012), section 5.

15   The following regulations are repealed:
	(a)	Michener Centre Facility Board Transfer of 
Governance Regulation (AR 167/2002);
	(b)	Governance Regulation (AR 208/97);
	(c)	Developmental Disabilities Regulation 
(AR 183/2009);
	(d)	Fatal Accidents Regulation (AR 32/2013);
	(e)	Application in Respect of Regional Health 
Authorities Regulation (AR 164/95).


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Alberta Regulation 46/2014
Traffic Safety Act
TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICE (EXTENSION OF EXPIRY DATE) 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 13, 2014
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Transportation (M.O. 01/14) on 
February 26, 2014 pursuant to sections 21 and 116(j) of the Traffic Safety Act. 
1   The Traffic Control Device Regulation (AR 254/2004) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 2 is amended by striking out "September 30, 2014" 
and substituting "September 30, 2024".


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Alberta Regulation 47/2014
Traffic Safety Act
COMMERCIAL VEHICLE DIMENSION AND WEIGHT 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 17, 2014
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Transportation (M.O. 04/14) on 
March 14, 2014 pursuant to sections 116, 151 and 156 of the Traffic Safety Act. 
1   The Commercial Vehicle Dimension and Weight 
Regulation (AR 315/2002) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 1 is amended by adding the following after 
clause (d):
	(d.1)	"axle group" means a single axle, a quantum axle group, a 
tandem axle group or a tridem axle group;

3   Section 19 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1)(e)(i) by striking out "$0.03" and 
substituting "$0.024";
	(b)	by repealing subsection (5);
	(c)	in subsection (6) by striking out "Any fee" and 
substituting "The total of any fee";
	(d)	in subsection (8) by striking out "section 82(1)(c)" and 
substituting "section 77(1)(b)".

4   Schedules 8 and 9 are repealed and the following is 
substituted:
Schedule 8  
 
Single Trip Steering Axle Fee
Permitted Weight Above Legal 
Weight
Fee Per Km ($)
0 tonne to 1 tonne
0.05
Greater than 1 tonne to 2 tonnes
0.12
Greater than 2 tonnes to 3 tonnes
0.18
Greater than 3 tonnes to 4 tonnes
0.28
Greater than 4 tonnes to 5 tonnes
0.40
Greater than 5 tonnes to 6 tonnes
0.54
Greater than 6 tonnes to 7 tonnes
0.70
Greater than 7 tonnes to 8 tonnes
0.86
Greater than 8 tonnes
1.12
Schedule 9  
 
Single Trip Axle Group Weight Fee

Fee Per Km

(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
 
 Permitted Weight 
Range
per Axle Group
Over
*Base Weight
Single, 
Tandem
and Tridem 
Axle 
Groups
($)



16 Wheel 
Tandem
($)


Wide 16
Wheel
	Tandem
($)
24 Wheel
Tandem 
and
24  Wheel
Tridem
($)
0t to 1t
0.03
0.03
0.03
0.03
Greater than 1t to 2t
0.07
0.06
0.06
0.06
Greater than 2t to 3t
0.12
0.11
0.10
0.10
Greater than 3t to 4t
0.18
0.17
0.14
0.14
Greater than 4t to 5t
0.26
0.22
0.19
0.18
Greater than 5t to 6t
0.36
0.29
0.25
0.24
Greater than 6t to 7t
0.46
0.37
0.32
0.29
Greater than 7t to 8t
0.58
0.46
0.38
0.34
Greater than 8t to 9t

0.54
0.46
0.41
Greater than 9t to 10t

0.64
0.54
0.47
Greater than 10t to 11t

0.75
0.61
0.54
Greater than 11t to 12t

0.86
0.70
0.62
Greater than 12t to 13t


0.80
0.70
Greater than 13t to 14t


0.90
0.72
Greater than 14t to 15t


1.00
0.86
Greater than 15t to 16t


1.11
0.96
Greater than 16t to 17t


1.22
1.05
Greater than 17t to 18t



1.14
Greater than 18t to 19t



1.26
Greater than 19t to 20t



1.36
Greater than 20t to 21t



1.47
Greater than 21t



1.58
t = tonne
*Base Weights:
1.  for Single Steer Axle Group:  7300 kg
2.  for Twin Steer Axle Group:  13 600 kg
3.  for Single Axle Group:  9100 kg
4.  for 8 Wheel Tandem Axle Group:  17 000 kg
5.  for 12 Wheel Tridem Axle Group:  24 000 kg
6.  for Tridem Drive Axle Group:  23 000 kg
7.  for 16 Wheel Tandem Axle Group:  25 000 kg
8.  for Wide 16 Wheel Tandem Axle Group:  32 000 kg
9.  for 24 Wheel Tandem Axle Group:  39  000 kg
10.  for 24 Wheel Tridem Axle Group:  34 000 kg
11.  for any other axle group:  legal weight as per section 9(1)

5   This Regulation comes into force on April 1, 2014.