It is called Form 29a - Notice of Discovery, which is actually available from the Magistrates' Court of Victoria.
No doubt they will pretend they don't know what you're talking about!
Who's it for?
Anyone who has been:
- 'stitched up' by the court,
- rolled by the court,
- denied natural justice in the court,
- noticed a judicial registrar / judge / magistrate has 'erred' in law,
If you ask the registrar for the form, they may reply that they don't know what you're talking about, remind them that if they refuse to co-operate, they could be up for a serious (indictable) offence, as in the
Commonwealth v Hospital Contribution Fund  HCA 13; (1982) 150 CLR 49 (11 May 1982)ref: http://www.austlii.edu.au/au/cases/cth/HCA/1982/13.html
also remind them of the
MAGISTRATES' COURT GENERAL CIVIL PROCEDURE RULES 2010 - REG 29.02Notice for discovery
(1) Except where these Rules otherwise provide, any party to a proceeding may serve on any other party a notice for discovery requiring the party served to make discovery of all documents which are or have been in that party's possession and which, in accordance with Rule 29.01.1 , are required to be discovered.
(2) A notice for discovery must be in Form 29A.
(3) Despite paragraph (1), a notice for discovery must not be served without leave of the Court in—
Rule 29.02(3)(aa) inserted by S.R. No. 70/2014 rule 5.
(aa) a proceeding under the Workplace Injury Rehabilitation and Compensation Act 2013 ;
(a) a proceeding under the Accident Compensation Act 1985 ;
(b) a proceeding under the Workers Compensation Act 1958 .
(4) If leave is granted under paragraph (3), Rule 63.04 does not apply, unless the Court otherwise orders.
(5) A notice for discovery must not be served more than 28 days after the day on which notice of defence is given unless the Court otherwise orders.
Use this form, THEY hate it !!!
P.S. The actual validity of law in Victoria is put aside.