No. 7

NOTICE TO PRODUCE DOCUMENTS

(O.11, R. 16.)

(TITLE AS IN NO. 1, SUPRA.)

Take notice that the [plaintiff or defendant] requires you to produce for his inspection the following documents referred to in your [plaint or written statement

or affidavit, dated the……… day of ……….19 .... ].

[Describe documents required.]

X Y, Pleader for the

To Z, Pleader for the………..

No. 8

NOTICE TO INSPECT DOCUMENTS

(O.11, R. 17.)

(TITLE AS IN NO. 1, SUPRA.)

Take notice that you can inspect the documents mentioned in your notice of the............... day of………..19.... [except the documents numbered……….. in that notice]at [insert place of inspection] on Thursday next, the instant, between the hours of 12 and 4 O’clock.

Or, that the [plaintiff or defendant] objects to giving you inspection of documents mentioned in your notice of the ……….day of ……..19...., on the ground that [state the ground].

No. 9

NOTICE TO ADMIT DOCUMENTS (O.12, r. 3.)

TITLE AS IN NO. 1, SUPRA.)

Take notice that the plaintiff [or defendant] in this suit proposes to adduce in evidence the several documents hereunder specified, and that the same may be inspected by the defendant [or plaintiff], his pleader or agent at ………on………. between the hours of……… ; and the defendant for plaintiff is hereby required, within forty-eight hours form the last-mentioned hour, to admit that such of the said documents as are specified to be originals were respectively written, signed or executed, as they purport respectively to have been ; that such as are specified as copies are true copies; and such documents as are stated to have been served, sent or delivered were so served, sent or delivered, respectively, saving all just exceptions to the admissibility of all such documents as evidence in this suit.

G. H., pleader [or agent] for plaintiff

[or defendant].

To E. F., pleader [or agent] for defendant [or plaintiff].

[Here describe the documents and specify as to each document whether it is original or a copy.]

No. 10

NOTICE TO ADMIT FACTS

(O. 12, R. 5.)

(TITLE AS IN NO. 1, SUPRA.)

Take notice that the plaintiff [or defendant] in this suit requires the defendant [or plaintiff to admit, for the purposes of this suit only, the several facts respectively hereunder specified; and the defendant [or plaintiff is hereby required, within six days from the service of this notice, to admit the said several facts, saving all just exceptions to the admissibility of such facts as evidence in this suit.

G. H. pleader for agent] for plaintiff [or defendant].

To E. F., pleader [or agent] for defendant [or plaintiff].

The facts, the admission of which is required, are: -

1. That M. died on the 1st January, 1890.

2. That he died intestate.

3. That N, was his only lawful son.

4. That O. died on the 1st April, 1896.

5. That O. was never married.

No. 11

ADMISSION OF FACTS PURSUANT TO NOTICE

(O. 12, R.5.)

(TITLE AS IN NO. 1, SUPRA.)

The defendant [or plaintiff in this suit, for the purposes of this suit only, hereby admits the several facts respectively hereunder specified, subject to the qualification or limitations, if any, hereunder specified, saving all just exceptions to the admissibility of any such facts, or any of them, as evidence in this suit :

Provided that this admission is made for the purposes of this suit only, and is not an admission to be used against the defendant [or plaintiff on any other occasion or by any one other than the plaintiff [or defendant or party requiring the admission].

E. F., pleader [or agent] for defendant

[Or plaintiff]

To G. H., pleader [or agent] for plaintiff [or defendant].

Facts admitted

Qualifications or limitations, if any, subject to which they are admitted

1. That M. died on the 1st January, 1890

1.

2. That he died intestate

2.

3. That N. was his lawful son

3. But not that he was his only lawful son.

4. That O. died

4. ButnotthathediedonthelstApril,1896.

5. That O was never married

5.

No. 12

NOTICE TO PRODUCE GENERAL FORM

(O. 12, R. 8.)

(TITLE AS IN NO. 1, SUPRA.)

Take notice that you are hereby required to produce and show to the Court at the first hearing of this suit all books, papers, letters, copies of letters and other writings and documents in your custody, possession of power, containing any entry, memorandum or minute relating to the matters in question in this suit, and particularly.

G. H., pleader [or agent] for plaintiff [or defendant].

To E. F., pleader for agent] for defendant for plaintiff].

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