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UNIFORM CIVIL PROCEDURE RULES 1999 - REG 206

Claim against another party

206 Claim against another party

(1) A party may claim against another party to the proceeding relief of the kind mentioned in rule 192 by filing and serving a third party notice under this rule.
(2) Subrule (1) does not apply if the claim could be made by counterclaim in the proceeding.
(3) If a party files and serves a third party notice under this rule—
(a) the party on whom it is served is not required to file a notice of intention to defend if the party has filed a notice of intention to defend in the proceeding or is a plaintiff; and
(b) this part otherwise applies with necessary changes as if—
(i) the party filing and serving the notice were a defendant filing and serving a third party notice; and
(ii) the party on whom the notice is served were a third party.



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