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2.13 Prepare and file a notice of hearing

If a notice of hearing has not been filed within 2 months of filing the certificate of readiness, the appeal will become inactive. This indicates that neither you nor the respondent intends to carry on with the appeal. See Section 2.11 of this Guidebook for a discussion of how to remove the appeal from the inactive list to carry on with the appeal.

When the hearing date is scheduled, you must complete and file a notice of hearing, Form 34, which sets out the date and the estimated length of the hearing. You must serve this filed form on every respondent.

Legally reviewed: 2020/ Apr