What is Specific Disclosure?

After the parties undergo standard disclosure, there are situations where one party believes that the opposing party’s disclosure has been inadequate – for example, because it is apparent that missing documents exist or there has been a failure to conduct searches regarding a specific individual Respondent, or their inbox. Specific disclosure is where the party requests the opposing party to carry out further searches and disclose documents or classes of documents specified in the specific disclosure request.

In case the opposing party fails to comply with a specific disclosure request, an order may be sought from the Court or Tribunal requiring the opposing party to comply with such order and carry out the necessary searches.

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