Under Rule 5-1(28), if a party fails to provide documents as required, the other party can bring an application and the court can order that the documents are produced on terms (for example by a certain date).

There are many other orders the court can make if a party fails to provide relevant documents, such as strike out that party’s pleadings, punish that party for contempt of court, impose a fine, draw an adverse inference against the party, attribute income to that party, or make a costs order.