Search order definition

What does Search order mean?

An order requiring a party to admit another party to premises for the purpose of preserving evidence.

Such orders are made under the Civil Procedure Act 1997, s 7. Like all interim orders, the relevant procedure is governed by CPR Rule 25.

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Search order is referenced 1 in Halsbury's Laws of England

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