Vanash have started a new thread so as not to take this one off topic
Originally Posted by workshop
I submitted my plea to defend
What happens next?
I have been served with a Notice to deliver schedule of documents in terms of:
and Rule 23(4)
And whilst I am sure I am missing the obvious
It would appear that the Plaintiff's attorneys might have got their wires crossed
In that the notice reads:
Be pleased to take notice that Defendant (that's me ????) hereby requires Plaintiff (that's him) within TEN (10) days after receiving this Notice, to deliver a schedule specifying the books and documents in Plaintiff's possession or under Plaintiff's control relating to the action, which Plaintiff intends to use at the above trial, or which tend to prove or disprove either paties case.
Sub section 3 and 4 are much the same or though slightly different in that the Plaintiff is required to present the documents at the Plaintiff's attorney's office and to the Court at the trial of this action.
So that is the first question: What does that all mean?
Besides that what confuses me is the fact that the Plaintiff's attorney is serving notices on me requiring them to Take Note. Have they used the wrong form or are they prodding me to do something I am supposed to do?