Certified Copies Of Orders And Of Other Documents : S.I. No. 41 Of 1998
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No35-S.I. No. 92 Of 2009: District Court (Forms) Rules 2009
Certified copies of orders and of other documents
1. (1) Where, pursuant to section 14 of the Courts Act, 1971, a copy of an order made in any case of summary jurisdiction is required, the order shall be drawn up by the Clerk for the court area wherein the order was made and shall be signed by a Judge. The Clerk shall retain such order in his or her custody.
(2) Any person having a bona fide interest in the matter may, upon payment of the prescribed fee (if any), obtain from the Clerk, a copy of the order (in the Form 35.1, 35.3, or 35.4, Schedule B, as appropriate) certified by the Clerk in accordance with the provisions of rule 4 of this Order.
2. Any party in any proceedings may, upon payment of the prescribed fee (if any), obtain from the Clerk a copy of any information, written complaint or deposition which is in his or her custody and was made or taken in any case in his or her court area, and of any order which is in that Clerk’s custody and was made by a Judge in the preliminary examination of any indictable offence in the said court area.
3. Where a Judge is satisfied that a copy of an order or other document is reasonably required by any person for the purpose of any legal proceedings, such Judge may direct the Clerk to furnish a copy of such order or other document to such person upon payment by such person of the prescribed fee (if any).
4. A copy of an order or other document furnished under this Order shall be certified by the Clerk to be a true copy of the original order or document as the case may be, which is in his or her custody.