Rule 231

Designation of the judge-rapporteur

Rules of Procedure

Part 4 – Procedures before the court of appeal

Chapter 1 – Written procedure

Section 1 – Statement of appeal, statement of grounds of appeal

Rule 231 – Designation of the judge-rapporteur

The presiding judge of the panel to which the action has been assigned shall designate one legally qualified judge of the panel as judge-rapporteur. The presiding judge may designate himself as the judgerapporteur. The Registry shall as soon as practicable notify the appellant and respondent of the identity of the judge-rapporteur.

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Rule 239 – Role of the judge-rapporteur