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NSW Exchange of Evidence Between Parties - Different in Small Claims Court?

Discussion in 'Other/General Law Forum' started by TKC, 12 January 2016.

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  1. TKC

    TKC Well-Known Member

    12 January 2016
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    Small Claims Court (SCC).

    Motor Vehicle Liability + Quantum Matter.

    A pre-trial review concluded without the defendant furnishing the plaintiff the evidence he will rely upon at trial.

    Are procedures different in the SCC with respect of the exchange of evidence between the parties? My understanding is that if the defendant has evidence which will make negotiated terms for settlement through conciliation likely, the defendant is compelled by law to provide such evidence to the plaintiff.

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