Does section 4.29 of the Canadian Football Association's Rules of Conduct apply?

Alberta, Canada

The following excerpt is from Shaw v Shaw, 2014 ABQB 165 (CanLII):

Therefore 4.29, which mandates the double costs consequences of a formal offer, does not apply: Donselaar v. Donselaar, 2013 QBQB 276, at paras. 26-35.

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