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UNIFORM CIVIL PROCEDURE RULES 1999 - REG 247

Court’s decision about objection

247 Court’s decision about objection

(1) Within 7 days after service of an objection under rule 245 , the applicant may apply to the court for a decision about the objection.
(2) The court may make any order it considers appropriate including, but not limited to an order—
(a) lifting the stay; or
(b) varying the notice of non-party disclosure; or
(c) setting aside the notice.
(3) Unless the court otherwise orders, each party to an application to decide an objection must bear the party’s own costs of the application.
(4) The court may make an order for subrule (3) if, having regard to the following, the court considers that the circumstances justify it—
(a) the merit of the objector’s objections;
(b) the public interest in the efficient and informed conduct of litigation;
(c) the public interest in not discouraging objections in good faith by those not a party to the litigation.



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