86. Order for disclosure
(1) Pursuant to and except as provided by practice directions, the Court can make an order for disclosure in relation to any documents it considers relevant to the subject of the proceedings at any time prior to or after the commencement of proceedings.
(2) An order to give disclosure is an order to give standard disclosure unless the Court directs otherwise.
(3) Standard disclosure requires a party to disclose all the documents on which he will rely at trial, except for documents that have already been submitted by another party.
(4) The Court may dispense with or limit standard disclosure; and the parties may agree in writing to dispense with or limit standard disclosure.
(5) The Court may make an order for further or specific disclosure or for inspection of documents in the possession of any party, if it is satisfied that it is appropriate that it should do so.
|Amended on December 11, 2017|