(1) A respondent to an application who seeks to do any of the following must file a response in accordance with the approved form:
(a) indicate consent to an order sought by the applicant;
(b) ask the Court to make another order;
(c) ask the Court to dismiss the application;
(d) seek orders in a matter other than the matter set out in the application;
(e) make a cross-claim against the applicant, or another party.
(2) A response must precisely and briefly state any orders sought and (if the proceeding is a general federal law proceeding) the basis on which the orders are sought.
(3) A response must be filed and served within 28 days of service of the application to which it relates.
Note: A response to an application for a parenting order, or a response seeking a parenting order, must be accompanied by a Notice of Child Abuse, Family Violence or Risk: see rule 22A.02.