Halpin & Ors v Lumley General Insurance Ltd [2009] NSWSC 644

Hoeben J:

 

 

Authorities such as Markus’ case and those referred to in Moffitt P’s article in Glass’s Seminars on Evidence suggest that the principal reason for denying access to a document which is otherwise relevant is if it would deprive a litigant of a legitimate forensic advantage. This will occur, for instance, in a case where the material only goes to the case of the person on the receiving end of subpoena and not to making the case of the person who issued it. 

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