Disclosure: an overview

The purpose of disclosure is to make available evidence which either supports or undermines the respective parties' cases. This overview summarises the disclosure process, the parameters of the disclosure duty and the main issues to consider regarding disclosure and inspection, including seeking more extensive disclosure than standard disclosure.

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