If an order referring a proceeding to an ADR process does not nominate a suitable person, a Registrar will, as soon as practicable after the order is made for an ADR process:
(a) nominate a Registrar or some other person to conduct the ADR process; and
(b) give the parties written notice of:
(i) the name and address of that person; and
(ii) the time, date and place of the ADR process; and
(iii) any further documents that any of the parties must give to the person for the purpose of the ADR process.
Note 1: Suitable person is defined in rule 28.02(2).
Note 2: In fixing the time and date for the ADR process, the Registrar will:
(a) consult with the parties; and
(b) have regard to any order of the Court fixing the time within which the ADR must be started or completed, or both.