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Filing of order of remittal

                   If the High Court has made an order remitting a proceeding to the Court, the applicant must file the order in:

                     (a)  the District Registry specified in the order of remittal; or

                     (b)  if a District Registry is not specified in the order of remittal--the District Registry of the State or Territory in which the proceeding in which the order for remittal was started.

Note 1:       On receipt of an order of remittal, a Registrar will allot a serial number to the order, as if the order was an originating application filed in the Registry, and attach a notice to the order.

Note 2:       The notice will be in accordance with Form 71 and will state:

(a)    a return date and place of hearing; and

(b)    that, before taking any step in the proceeding, a party must file a notice of address for service unless the party has already filed a notice of address for service in the High Court.

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