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208F Privilege

(1) This rule applies if a person against whom an order is made under this part wishes to claim privilege from—
(a) disclosure of information sought from the person when giving evidence as directed by the order; or
(b) disclosure or production of a document ordered to be disclosed or produced under the order.
(2) If the order requires the person making the claim of privilege to attend to give evidence relating to the identity or whereabouts of the prospective defendant, the person may make the claim at the time of attending to give the evidence.
(3) If subrule (2) does not apply, the person making the claim of privilege—
(a) must serve written notice of the claim of privilege on the applicant within 7 days after service of the order or, with the court’s leave, at a later time; and
(b) if the applicant challenges the claim of privilege—must comply with the requirements of rule 213 (2) and (3) .

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