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Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 2005
Current version for 9 April 2020 to date (accessed 3 June 2020 at 14:38)
36.6 Judicial notice to be taken of orders and undertakings
(cf SCR Part 40, rule 10; DCR Part 31, rule 14; LCR Part 26, rule 5)
(1) In any proceedings, the court may take judicial notice of—(a) any order made by the court, or by any other court, and(b) any undertaking given to the court, or to any other court.(2) In any proceedings, the court may be informed of an order or undertaking by (among other things) reference to—(a) a note made by the judicial officer making the order or accepting the undertaking, or by his or her associate or by any other proper officer, or(b) a note made by the registrar or other officer making the order or accepting the undertaking.