What is the best practice for parties seeking to introduce evidence not in compliance with subrule 14 (20) of the Rules of Civil Procedure?

Ontario, Canada


The following excerpt is from Nyari v. Velasco, 2008 ONCJ 272 (CanLII):

[13] In Fakhim v. Shirazi, supra, I set out what I felt was the best practice for parties seeking the introduction of evidence not in compliance with subrule 14 (20) of the rules as follows:

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