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Old 09-08-2015, 06:31 PM
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so assume a litigant is able to have about half of other party's affidavit stricken (say for being irrelevant) can they ask for, and are they likely to be granted costs for the time wasted in replying to those paras?
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Old 09-08-2015, 07:04 PM
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No because no one is forcing you to respond to everything in someone else's affidavit. You could have simply indicated N/A - not applicable.
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Agreed with arabian, or simply ignore them altogether and address relevant issues.

Why argue issues that are not relevant just because the other party want to?
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It is very rare I think to have part of somebody's affidavit stricken. Don't bother
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thanks for the input .... will do
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