Rules are in a section of the rules entitled "documents" and they concern how to provide documents, the language s that documents may be in, the process that the Division should follow when it itself wants to provide documents, the criteria that the Division shall use to determine whether to accept documents, how the Division should decide whether or not to accept documents that have been submitted late, how documents may be provided both to the Division and to other parties, the requirement to provide original documents at the hearing, and the process for providing additional documents as evidence after a hearing. In short, these rules concern the process by which a claimant is to submit a document to the Board. The term "document" is not explicitly defined in these rules. Many of these rules relate to documents used in "a proceeding", for example Rule 31 1 specifies that "a document prepared for use by a party in a proceeding" must meet the specifications set out therein. Are all documents submitted to the Refugee Board by a claimant or protected person where there is an application to vacate or cease their protection, say ones that are being used in a proceeding? The following commentary applies to Rules 32 1 - 3 collectively. It is then followed by more specific commentary pertaining to each of the specific subsections of Rule The proper procedure to follow where a claimant attempts to admit documents that are untranslated is ordinarily that followed by RAD Member Normand Leduc when he wrote as follows: "Exhibit P-3 is not translated into English or French and, consequently, I cannot accept it as evidence. The above logic applies equally where only a portion of the document has been translated. Member Edward Bosveld of the Refugee Appeal Division concluded that generally, a translation of a document should be complete, not only a selective translation of isolated words in a document on which a party wishes to rely:.
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