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Topic 5: Discovery/Interrogatories

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Chapter 13 – Discovery Discovery and inspection of documents Requirement for discovery and inspection of documents New South Wales - pg 602 Part 21 Div of the NSW rules substitutes, for the right of general discovery upon service of a notice on another party, a more limited right to require the production of specific documents. Any document referred to in the other party’s originating process, pleadings, affidavits or witness statements may be specified. Other documents clearly identified in the notice, and relevant to a fact in issue may also be specified: UCPR 21.10 UNIFORM CIVIL PROCEDURE RULES 2005 - REG 21.10 21.10 Notice to produce for inspection by parties (

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Law Civil law common law) Civil procedure Information governance Records management Information technology management Discovery Legal documents Inspection of documents Evidence Motion to compel Electronic discovery
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Law Civil law common law) Civil procedure Information governance Records management Information technology management Discovery Legal documents Inspection of documents Evidence Motion to compel Electronic discovery
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Any document referred to in the other party’s originating process, pleadings, affidavits or witness statements may be specified. Other documents clearly identified in the notice, and relevant to a fact in issue may also be specified: UCPR 21.10 UNIFORM CIVIL PROCEDURE RULES 2005 - REG 21.10 21.10 Notice to produce for inspection by parties (1) Party A may, by notice served on party B, require party B to produce for inspection by party A: (a) any document or thing that is referred to in any originating process, pleading, affidavit or witness statement filed or served by party B, and (b) any other specific docu...
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