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Notice to the Profession

TO:

Members of the Legal Profession

FROM:

The Honourable John D. Richard
Chief Justice

DATE:

November 21, 2005

SUBJECT:

Registration and Coming into force of Amendments to the Federal Courts Rules and the Federal Court Immigration and Refugee Protection Rules


The amendments to the Federal Courts Rules concerning offers to settle (Rules 420 and 455) have now been approved by the Governor General in Council.

The Rules amending the Federal Court Rules were registered on November 15, 2005 and came into force on that date.

Furthermore, the amendments pertaining to the immigration rules have also been approved by the Governor General in Council.

The Rules amending the Federal Court Immigration and Refugee Protection Rules were registered on November 15, 2005 and came into force on that date.

These amendments have been posted on both the Federal Court of Appeal and the Federal Court websites.

John D. Richard
Chief Justice
Federal Court of Appeal

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