Queensland Consolidated Regulations

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Statements in pleadings

149 Statements in pleadings

(1) Each pleading must—
(a) be as brief as the nature of the case permits; and
(b) contain a statement of all the material facts on which the party relies but not the evidence by which the facts are to be proved; and
(c) state specifically any matter that if not stated specifically may take another party by surprise; and
(d) subject to rule 156 , state specifically any relief the party claims; and
(e) if a claim or defence under an Act is relied on—identify the specific provision under the Act .
(2) In a pleading, a party may plead a conclusion of law or raise a point of law if the party also pleads the material facts in support of the conclusion or point.

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