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NSW Matter Listed for Motion Hearing - Bring Affidavit?

Discussion in 'Commercial Law Forum' started by Winnet222, 14 June 2015.

  1. Winnet222

    Winnet222 Active Member

    27 February 2015
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    I am a self-represented plaintiff, and I would like to ask, during motion hearing, what kind of documents should I bring ( affidavit etc?)

    And if I do have witnesses, how can I apply for them to be my witness at the hearing? Is there any form which I should filled in or I just simply tell the registrar that Mr.X and Ms.Y will be my witnesses during the hearing?

    I would be grateful in any advice given.

  2. Victoria S

    Victoria S Well-Known Member

    9 April 2014
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    Double check with the court registry as they judge will not look favourably if you waste court time.

    If you can give more information about the legal action you're pursuing, that would be helpful to give you more information about what documents would help you. Also, which court is it?

    Ideally, you'd have a lawyer.

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