(1) This rule applies if a person is ordered by the court (other than by way of consent) to pay money and:
(a) the person is not present, or represented by a lawyer, in court when the order is made; or
(b) the order is made in chambers.
(2) The person must be served with a sealed copy of the order:
(a) if the order imposes a fine--by the Marshal or other officer of the court; or
(b) in any other case--by the person who benefits from the order.
Note: A party must not personally serve another party by hand but may be present when service takes place (see subrule 7.06(3)). For service of documents generally, see Chapter 7.