Commonwealth Consolidated Regulations

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Substituted service

                   If service was not successful on a person in a foreign country, in accordance with a convention, the Hague Convention or the law of a foreign country, a party may apply to the Court without notice for an order:

                     (a)  substituting another method of service; or

                     (b)  specifying that, instead of being served, certain steps be taken to bring the document to the attention of the person; or

                     (c)  specifying that the document is taken to have been served:

                              (i)  on the happening of a specified event; or

                             (ii)  at the end of a specified time.

Note:          Without notice is defined in the Dictionary.

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