8417. Disclosure

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    1. As soon as is reasonably practicable after a response is served and filed, and if requested by the respondent, Enforcement Staff must disclose to and make available for inspection by a respondent all documents and things in IIROC’s possession or control that are relevant to the proceeding, including documents and things that are relevant to the respondent’s ability to make full answer and defence. 

    2. Enforcement Staff must provide copies to, in hard copy or electronic form, or permit a respondent to make copies of all documents and things specified in subsection 8417(1) as soon as is reasonably practicable after it makes disclosure and no later than 40 days before the commencement of the hearing on the merits. 

    3. As soon as is reasonably practicable after a response is served and filed, and no later than 40 days before the commencement of the hearing on the merits, each party to a proceeding must serve every other party with: 

      1. all documents that the party intends to produce or enter as evidence at the hearing on the merits, and

      2. a list of items, other than documents, that the party intends to produce or enter as evidence at the hearing on the merits.

    4. At any stage of a proceeding, a hearing panel may order a party to provide to another party any document or other information that the hearing panel considers appropriate, within a time period and on terms and conditions determined by the hearing panel.

    5. A party who does not disclose a document or thing in compliance with subsections 8417(3) and 8417(4) may not introduce in evidence or refer to the document or thing at a hearing on the merits without leave of the hearing panel on terms and conditions the hearing panel considers just.

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