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(2) The factors relevant in deciding the reasonableness of a search include the following – (a) the number of documents involved; (b) the nature and complexity of the proceedings; (c) the ease and expense of retrieval of any particular document; and (d) the significance of any document which is likely to be located during the search.(3) Where a party has not searched for a category or class of document on the grounds that to do so would be unreasonable, he must state this in his disclosure statement and identify the category or class of document.(4) In cases where the Electronic Documents Questionnaire has been exchanged, the Questionnaire should be filed with the report required by paragraph (3).(5) Not less than seven days before the first case management conference, and on any other occasion as the court may direct, the parties must, at a meeting or by telephone, discuss and seek to agree a proposal in relation to disclosure that meets the overriding objective. The Text of the New Testament: An Introduction to the Critical Editions and to the Theory and Practice of Modern Textual Criticism (2nd Edition ed.). New Testament Manuscripts: Discovery and Classification. Retrieved May 19, 2013, from The American Thinker: M.
Retrieved May 16, 2013, from The Gospel Coalition: Wallace, D. New Testament Scholar Daniel Wallace of the Gospel of Mark Discovery, and Other Biblical papyri with it. Back to top 31.6 Standard disclosure requires a party to disclose only– (a) the documents on which he relies; and (b) the documents which – (i) adversely affect his own case; (ii) adversely affect another party’s case; or (iii) support another party’s case; and (c) the documents which he is required to disclose by a relevant practice direction.Back to top 31.7 (1) When giving standard disclosure, a party is required to make a reasonable search for documents falling within rule 31.6(b) or (c).(6) If – (a) the parties agree proposals for the scope of disclosure; and (b) the court considers that the proposals are appropriate in all the circumstances, the court may approve them without a hearing and give directions in the terms proposed.(7) At the first or any subsequent case management conference, the court will decide, having regard to the overriding objective and the need to limit disclosure to that which is necessary to deal with the case justly, which of the following orders to make in relation to disclosure – (a) an order dispensing with disclosure; (b) an order that a party disclose the documents on which it relies, and at the same time request any specific disclosure it requires from any other party; (c) an order that directs, where practicable, the disclosure to be given by each party on an issue by issue basis; (d) an order that each party disclose any documents which it is reasonable to suppose may contain information which enables that party to advance its own case or to damage that of any other party, or which leads to an enquiry which has either of those consequences; (e) an order that a party give standard disclosure; (f) any other order in relation to disclosure that the court considers appropriate.(8) The court may at any point give directions as to how disclosure is to be given, and in particular – (a) what searches are to be undertaken, of where, for what, in respect of which time periods and by whom and the extent of any search for electronically stored documents; (b) whether lists of documents are required; (c) how and when the disclosure statement is to be given; (d) in what format documents are to be disclosed (and whether any identification is required); (e) what is required in relation to documents that once existed but no longer exist; and (f) whether disclosure shall take place in stages.(9) To the extent that the documents to be disclosed are electronic, the provisions of Practice Direction 31B – Disclosure of Electronic Documents will apply in addition to paragraphs (3) to (8). The Text of the New Testament: It's Transmission, Corruption, and Restoration. Retrieved May 15, 2013, from Duke University Special Collections Library: J. A Student's Guide to Textual Criticism of the Bible. 31.1 (1) This Part sets out rules about the disclosure and inspection of documents.