(cf SCR Part 65, rule 2; DCR Part 47, rule 3; LCR Part 36, rule 4)(1) A document must be on standard A4 paper of durable quality, capable of receiving ink writing.(2) Subject to the rules:(a) a document may be one-sided (that is, with writing on one side of each sheet) or two-sided (that is, with writing on both sides of each sheet), but not partly one-sided and partly two-sided, and(b) the sheets of a document must be securely fastened:(i) if the document is one-sided, at the top left hand corner, or(ii) it the document is two-sided, along the left hand side,without obscuring the writing or the margin, and(c) a left margin of at least 25 millimetres, and a top margin of 30 millimetres, must be kept clear on each sheet of a document that bears writing, and(d) the pages of a document (that is, the sides of the sheets that bear writing) must be consecutively numbered.(3) The spacing between the lines of writing in a document must be at least 3 millimetres.(3A) The following information in a document must be set out in bold:(a) the name of the first plaintiff and first defendant in the title of the proceedings,(b) in the case of a cross-claim, the name of the first cross-claimant and first cross-defendant in the title to the proceedings,(c) in the case of a notice of motion, the name of the person affected by the orders sought,(d) in all cases, the name of the person specified in the filing details as the person for whom the document is filed.(4) A document must bear writing that is clear, sharp, legible and permanent, must not be a carbon copy and must not bear any blotting, erasure or alteration that causes material disfigurement.(5) This rule does not apply to a document to the extent to which the nature of the document renders compliance impracticable.