(1) Subject to any direction of the Tribunal, a person is not entitled to take any step in, or be heard at the hearing of, proceedings before the Tribunal unless he has filed with the Registrar a notice stating an address in Australia at which documents may be served on him for the purposes of those proceedings and has served a copy of that notice on any person appearing in the proceedings.
(1A) In addition to providing an address in Australia, the person may provide an electronic address at which the documents may be served on the person.
(2) A person who has filed a notice of an address for service under this regulation may, at any time, file a notice stating a new address for service.
(3) Where a person files a notice stating a new address for service under subregulation (2), he shall forthwith serve a copy of the notice on any person appearing in the proceedings.
(4) A reference in these Regulations to an address for service shall, in relation to a person who has stated two or more addresses for service, be read as a reference to the later or latest of those addresses.