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UNIFORM CIVIL PROCEDURE RULES 1999 - REG 371

Effect of failure to comply with rules

371 Effect of failure to comply with rules

(1) A failure to comply with these rules is an irregularity and does not render a proceeding, a document, step taken or order made in a proceeding, a nullity.
(2) Subject to rules 372 and 373 , if there has been a failure to comply with these rules, the court may—
(a) set aside all or part of the proceeding; or
(b) set aside a step taken in the proceeding or order made in the proceeding; or
(c) declare a document or step taken to be ineffectual; or
(d) declare a document or step taken to be effectual; or
(e) make another order that could be made under these rules (including an order dealing with the proceeding generally as the court considers appropriate); or
(f) make such other order dealing with the proceeding generally as the court considers appropriate.



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