2.51.1 A party must disclose the documents the party intends to rely on at a simplified trial.
2.51.2 At least 15 working days before the trial, a party must—
(a) give a copy of the documents to each other party; and
(b) serve the party’s affidavits of evidence in chief on each other party.
2.51.3 A party may, by an interlocutory application, apply for an order that another party disclose particular documents.
2.51.4 A Judge may order that the documents be disclosed if the Judge is satisfied that—
(a) the documents are relevant to the issues between the parties; or
(b) disclosure is necessary to decide the matter fairly; or
(c) for any other reason the documents should be disclosed.
2.51.5 A party to a simplified trial may, by an interlocutory application, apply for summary judgment under rule 2.42 or 2.43.
2.51.6 The only interlocutory applications that may be made in a proceeding for which a simplified trial is allocated are—
(a) an application of a kind listed in rule 2.49.3:
(b) an application for summary judgment:
(c) any other kind of interlocutory application allowed by the Judge in the interests of justice.
Compare: Civil Procedure Rules 2002 r 8.28 (Vanuatu)