(1) A person may serve a document on a person in a non-convention country:
(a) in accordance with the law of the non-convention country; or
(b) if the non-convention country permits service of judicial documents through the diplomatic channel--through the diplomatic channel.
(2) A person seeking to serve a document in a non-convention country through the diplomatic channel must:
(a) request the Registry Manager, in writing, to arrange service of the document under this Part; and
(b) lodge 2 copies of each document to be served, translated, if necessary, into an official language of that country.
(3) If the Registry Manager receives a request under subrule (2), the Registry Manager must:
(a) seal the documents to be served; and
(b) send to the Secretary of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade:
(i) the sealed documents; and
(ii) a written request that the documents be sent to the government of the non-convention country for service.