Generally speaking a party is entitled to inspection of all documents, which do not constitute the other party’s evidence. Inspection simply means you are given a copy to inspect or taking a copy with you. If the other party refuses to allow inspection, again you can make an application to the court ordering inspection. Inspection is by court order.
Whenever you are given documents under inspection and discovery there is an implied undertaking that you will not use them for some other collateral purpose
Distillers Ltd v. Times Newspapers Ltd.