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FEDERAL CIRCUIT COURT RULES 2001 - RULE 44.09

Service of notice and order

             (1)  A Registrar must affix a notice to the High Court's order and allot a serial number to the order as if the order was an application filed in the registry.

             (2)  The notice must:

                     (a)  include the date for a first court date in the matter; and

                     (b)  include a note to the effect that before taking any step in the proceeding, a party, other than the applicant, must enter an appearance in the registry unless the party has already entered an appearance in the High Court; and

                     (c)  be in the form approved by the Chief Executive Officer.

             (3)  A Registrar must affix the stamp of the Court to a sufficient number of copies of the notice for service in accordance with subrule (4).

             (4)  A Registrar must cause sealed copies of the notice, together with copies of the High Court's order, to be served on each party to the proceeding in the High Court and on any other person whom the Court or a Registrar directs should be so served.

             (5)  Service may be effected by delivery to a party's address for service in the proceeding before the High Court.



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