(1) A respondent who wants to start a cross-claim against any party or person must file a notice of cross-claim, in accordance with Form 31.
(2) A notice of cross-claim must include the following:
(a) the cross-claimant's name and address;
(b) the cross-claimant's address for service that is the same as in the principal proceeding;
(c) if a cross-claimant sues in a representative capacity--a statement of that fact.
Note 1: Principal proceeding is defined in the Dictionary.
Note 2: A respondent who starts a cross-claim is the cross-claimant. The party or person against whom the cross-claim is brought is the cross-respondent.
Note 3: A Registrar will fix a return date and place for hearing and endorse those details on the notice of cross-claim.