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Chamber Summons and Affidavit

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Chamber Summons for Summary Judgment pursuant to Order 14 Rule 1 of the RSC and Supporting Affidavit

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The Plaintiff have leave to apply to the Court for Summary Judgment pursuant to Order 14 Rule 1 of the Rules of the Supreme Court 1971 (WA). 2. That Judgment be entered for the Plaintiff in terms of the Minute attached hereto. 3. That the Defen...
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