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Anton Piller orders

These ex parte orders entitle the plaintiff and their solicitors to enter the defendant's premises in order to inspect and remove any material relevant to the case. This can be done without prior notice to the defendant. Courts will require undertakings from a plaintiff as to damages in the event that there is improper execution or disregard of the defendant's rights. Plaintiffs must advise the defendants of their rights to seek legal advice before complying with the order, and also serve the defendant with a statement of claim.

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