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UNIFORM CIVIL PROCEDURE RULES 1999 - REG 429B

Court may direct experts to meet

429B Court may direct experts to meet

(1) The court may, at any stage of a proceeding, direct experts to meet and—
(a) identify the matters on which they agree; and
(b) identify the matters on which they disagree and the reasons why; and
(c) attempt to resolve any disagreement.
(2) The court may, for the meeting—
(a) set the agenda; and
(b) specify the matters the experts must discuss; and
(c) direct whether or not legal representatives may be present; and
(d) give directions about the form of any report to be made to the court about the meeting; and
(e) give any other directions the court considers appropriate.
(3) Evidence of anything done or said, or an admission made, at the meeting is admissible at a trial of the proceeding only if all parties to the proceeding agree.
(4) However, subrule (3) does not apply to a report made to the court about the meeting identifying the matters mentioned in subrule (1) (a) or (1) (b) .



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