If you have been served with a subpoena to produce documents, you (or an agent on your behalf) may produce the document/s set out in the schedule to the subpoena (together with a copy of the subpoena).

You may choose to comply with the subpoena by producing a photocopy of the documents that you are required to produce. If you are producing copies they must be attached to an Affidavit – producing documents under subpoena which must comply with Rules 15.29 and 24.01.

If you are producing the original documents you can complete and tear off the notice on the last page of the Subpoena: Information for named person or other person (served with a subpoena or a copy of a subpoena) (Prescribed Brochure) and attach it to the documents.

You must then produce the documents to the registry so they are received on or before the date of production specified in the subpoena by:

  • attending the registry, or
  • posting or delivering the document/s to the registry.

This affidavit – producing document under subpoena has been prepared by the Court for your use.

Filing fee

Nil

Who do you serve

No one

What is filed in response

Nothing

More information

Refer to the Court's brochure Subpoena: Information for named person or other person (served with a subpoena or a copy of a subpoena) (Prescribed Brochure) for more information about a subpoena including:

  • compliance with a subpoena;
  • return of exhibits and documents that are produced;
  • your rights;
  • a person's right to inspect and copy documents produced.

In completing a Court form, you must

Complete the form by typing or hand printing in ink.

For more information about how to attach a document to the affidavit see Rule 15.12.

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