Just to make it harder for the plebs it is not given to you, but rather instructions on how to compose it.
For some this may be a difficult task to achieve, so we have made it easy, based on current Victorian law, noting that the actual validity of those laws is put aside.
In a document called the
MAGISTRATES' COURT GENERAL CIVIL PROCEDURE RULES (2010)in a section called FORMS there lies the instructions how to create the form.
In a nutshell, Form 29A - Notice for Discovery is to look as Form 5A (Complaints) with the modifications as outlined in the subsection Form 29A.
The instructions in the current database at Austlii reside at the following address:
The form is composed in such a manner for a 'self litigant' to serve this form on the other party involved.
We have divided the form into two parts:
1). the 'letterhead' and
2). the other a rtf version (template) of the fields that are to be filled in.
Also a sample file has been included to illustrate the format required by the court.
See illustration below being a sample document:
See illustration below of the first printout being the 'letterhead'.
Download the file below (rtf format) to fill in the required fields:
Use it liberally in the places of business/trading/commerce commonly referred to as the 'courts'.