Norwich Pharmacal orders: an overview

A Norwich Pharmacal order requires a respondent to disclose certain documents or information to the applicant. The respondent must be a party involved or mixed up in a wrongdoing, whether innocently or not and is unlikely to be a party to the potential proceedings. This practice note summarises the law and procedure relating to Norwich Pharmacal orders.

Belinda Paisley and Carrie Ovink, Reed Smith LLP

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