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Procedure if notice not given

                   If no notice has been given under rule 30.42, the party who is entitled to a judgment for the damages calculated by a Registrar may apply to the Court:

                     (a)  for a judgment on the Registrar's certificate; and

                     (b)  any other consequential orders.

Note 1:       If no notice is received, the Registrar will give the Registrar's certificate to the Court and notify the parties that the certificate has been given to the Court.

Note 2:       The party may seek to have prejudgment interest included in the award--see section 51A of the Act. The party may also apply for costs.

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