Commonwealth Consolidated Regulations

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Amending a document

             (1)  A party must amend a document by filing a copy of the document:

                     (a)  with the amendment clearly marked; and

                     (b)  if the document is amended by order--endorsed with the date when the order and amendment are made.

             (2)  If the court gives permission for a party to amend a document, the permission is taken to be given by court order.

Example:    An amendment may be made by:

(a)    placing a line through the text to be changed; and

(b)    underlining the new text or using a different type-face to indicate the new text.

Note:          Rule 13.06 sets out the requirements for amending a Financial Statement.

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