The term ‘document’ in relation to a civil proceeding includes any written material in the custody or control of the court that relates to a proceeding, whether or not kept on a court file and includes documentary exhibits, video recordings, records in electronic form, films, photographs and images in electronic form. It excludes notes made by or for a judge for his or her personal use and any material that relates to the administration of the court.
The term ‘document’ in relation to a criminal proceeding, means a document in any form (including a document in an electronic form) and includes:
In relation to an ‘appeal’, the term ‘document’ means a document in any form that is in the custody or control of the court and that relates to an appeal, whether or not the document is on a court file.
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