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The table below contains some of the most commonly used forms in the Supreme Court (General Civil Procedure) Rules 2015 ("Rules").
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From 1 November 2017 the current Form 42A (civil) and Form 6-1A (criminal) subpoena will be replaced with separate forms for each type of subpoena:
- Form 42A/Form 6-1A (subpoena to attend to give evidence)
- Form 42B/Form 6-1B (subpoena to produce)
- Form 42C/Form 6-1C (subpoena both to attend to give evidence and to produce).
The requirement to attach the current Form 42B/Form 6-1B declaration will be removed as these have been incorporated into the relevant subpoena forms.
|Writ||Form 5A - see orders 4 and 5 of the Rules for more information|
|Originating motion||Form 5C - see order 4 and rules 5.02(2), 41.19(2) and 45.05(2)(b) of the Rules for more information|
|Overarching obligations certificate||Form 4A - see rule 4.09 of the Rules for more information.|
|Proper basis certification||Form 4B - see rule 4.10 of the Rules for more information|
|Originating motion for judicial review||Form 5G - see order 56 of the Rules for more information|
|Notice of appearance||Form 8A - see order 8 of the Rules for more information|
|Subpoena (to 1/11/2017 - see Notice above)||Form 42A - see order 42 of the Rules for more information|
|Notice to addressee and declaration (to 1/11/2017 - see Notice above)||Form 42B - see order 42 of the Rules for more information|
|Subpoena for production to the Prothonotary||Form 42AA - see order 42A of the Rules for more information|