—(1) Subject to paragraph (2) and without prejudice to the right of a party to object to the admission in evidence of any document, a party on whom a list of documents is served in pursuance of any provision of Order 24 or any order made thereunder shall, unless the Court otherwise orders, be deemed to admit —
that any document described in the list as an original document is such a document and was printed, written, signed or executed as it purports respectively to have been; and
that any document described therein as a copy is a true copy.
This paragraph does not apply to a document the authenticity of which the party has denied in his pleading.
(2) If before the expiration of 14 days after inspection of the documents specified in a list of documents or after the time limited for inspection of those documents expires, whichever is the later, the party to whom the list is served serves on the party whose list it is a notice stating, in relation to any documents specified therein, that he does not admit the authenticity of that document and requires it to be proved at the trial, he shall not be deemed to make any admission in relation to that document under paragraph (1).
(3) A party to a cause or matter by whom a list of documents is served on any other party in pursuance of any provision of Order 24 or any order made thereunder shall be deemed to have been served by that other party with a notice requiring him to produce at the trial of the cause or matter such of the documents specified in the list as are in his possession, custody or power.