(1) The party filing the notice must:
(a) serve a copy of the notice on:
(i) each person as required by section 78B of the Judiciary Act 1903 ; and
(ii) each other party; and
(b) as soon as practicable after serving the notice, file an affidavit of service; and
(c) give a copy of each document filed in the proceeding relevant to the constitutional matter (whether filed before or after the notice) to any Attorney-General who has intervened, as soon as practicable after notice of the intervention is given to the party.
(2) The notice must be served:
(a) if the matter arises in any originating application--within 7 days after the day the application is filed; or
(b) if the matter arises in any pleading--within 7 days after the pleading is filed; or
(c) if the matter arises before the date fixed for a hearing of a proceeding and paragraph (a) or (b) does not apply--not later than 14 days before the date fixed for the hearing; or
(d) in any other case--within the time that the Court directs.
Note: For the Court's powers when a constitutional matter arises, see sections 78B(2) and (5) of the Judiciary Act 1903 .
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