Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 2005
Current version for 9 April 2020 to date (accessed 2 June 2020 at 06:19)
Part 33 Rule 33.13
33.13   Documents and things in the custody of a court
(cf SCR Part 37, rule 13)
(1)  A party who seeks production of a document or thing in the custody of the court or of another court may inform the registrar in writing accordingly, identifying the document or thing.
(2)  If the document or thing is in the custody of the court, the registrar must produce the document or thing—
(a)  in court or to any person authorised to take evidence in the proceeding, as required by the party, or
(b)  as the court directs.
(3)  If the document or thing is in the custody of another court, the registrar must, unless the court has otherwise ordered—
(a)  request the other court to send the document or thing to the registrar, and
(b)  after receiving it, produce the document or thing—
(i)  in court or to any person authorised to take evidence in the proceeding as required by the party, or
(ii)  as the court directs.