(1) If a Judge orders a party to prepare a case stated to the Full Court, the party must:
(a) confer with each other party about the terms of a draft case stated; and
(b) prepare the draft case stated based on the agreed terms.
(2) The draft case stated must concisely state the facts and the question of law to be determined.
(3) When the draft of the case stated is completed, the party who prepared it must:
(a) ask the Regional Appeal Registrar to list the case for a procedural hearing to have the draft case stated settled by the Judge; and
(b) serve a copy of the draft case stated and a notice of the date fixed for the procedural hearing on each other party and any other person the Judge directs.