(1) If the adducing of evidence or inspection of a document in a proceeding might disclose information or evidence of a cultural or customary nature, the disclosure of which would be contrary to a direction or order of a court or tribunal, the party who wants to adduce the evidence or inspect the document must give reasonable notice to:
(a) the court or tribunal that gave the direction or made the order; and
(b) each person, or the representative of each person, who gave the evidence or produced the information; and
(c) any other person as the Court may order.
(2) Notice may be given under paragraph (1)(a) by giving notice to the Registrar of the court or tribunal, or a person performing the duties of a Registrar or holding a similar office.
(3) In this rule:
"court or tribunal " includes:
(a) the Aboriginal Land Commissioner; and
(b) any other body or entity with jurisdiction under a law of the Commonwealth or a State or Territory to hear and determine, or make findings and recommendations, or mediate or otherwise act in relation to indigenous land proceedings.