(1) A document (other than a form) to be filed must:
(a) be set out on 1 side only of size A4 durable white paper of good quality; and
(b) be legible and without erasures, blotting out or material disfigurement; and
(c) have a margin at the left side of at least 30 mm; and
(d) have clear margins of at least 10 mm on the top, bottom and right sides; and
(e) be written in English; and
(i) printed in a font of not less than 12 points; or
(ii) hand-printed clearly in ink in a way that is permanent and can be photocopied to produce a copy satisfactory to the registrar; and
(g) have a space of not less than 8 mm between the lines of printing.
(1A) However, unless the Court otherwise orders, strict compliance with subrule (1) is not required if the document:
(a) is readable, including when it is bound; and
(b) can be easily scanned and photocopied.
(2) This rule does not apply to a document annexed to an affidavit.
Note: The Court may give directions limiting the length of documents to be filed: see section 51 of the Act.