Even though Superior Court dismisses stay of procedures, it finds that a sufficiently serious matter exists
MONTRÉAL, Oct. 11, 2013 /CNW Telbec/ - In its judgement published today, the Superior Court found the existence of a sufficiently serious matter concerning the use of wiretap evidence. The judge further noted that the exclusion of wiretap evidence would not paralyze or disrupt the Commission's work.
Under these circumstances, and after the analysis of other issues related to the law, an appeal of the judgement on the stay of procedures will be prepared in the coming days.
The main motion concerning the admissibility of wiretap evidence will be debated quickly in the coming weeks.
The Fonds will not comment further on the judgment made public today.
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Created in 1983, the Fonds de solidarité FTQ has been driving the Québec economy for 30 years. With net assets of $9.3 billion as at May 31, 2013, the Fonds is a development capital fund that channels the savings of Quebecers into investments in all sectors of the economy to help create and maintain jobs and further Québec's development. The Fonds is a partner, either directly or through its network members, in 2,395 companies. With 615,664 shareholders-savers, the Fonds helps create, maintain or protect 170,915 jobs. For more information, visit www.FondsFTQ.com.
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