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Marginal note: Use of undisclosed documents. Marginal note: Providing documents to the Division. Marginal note: Providing documents to the Minister. Marginal note: Providing documents to the subject of an appeal. Marginal note: If document cannot be provided under rule Marginal note: When a document is considered received by the Division. Marginal note: When a document sent by regular mail is considered received by a party. A document sent to a party by regular mail to or from a place outside Canada is considered to be received 20 days after the day it was mailed. If the seventh day or the twentieth day, as the case may be, is a Saturday, Sunday or statutory holiday, the document is considered to be received on the next working day. Marginal note: Providing witness information.
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