(1) A certificate certifying that a document has been served on a person on a date specified in the certificate is evidence of the matters stated in the certificate if:
(a) it is made by a judicial authority in a convention country; and
(b) it is received by the relevant Registrar in accordance with the convention.
(2) If the document must be served by delivering it personally to the person, the certificate must state:
(a) the means by which the person who served the document identified the person served; or
(b) how the document came to the notice of the person on whom it was to be served.