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LOCAL COURT RULES 2009 - REG 6.4

Service of subpoenas

6.4 Service of subpoenas

(1) A subpoena must be served on the person named in accordance with this rule.
(2) Service of a subpoena may be effected:
(a) by leaving it with the person, or
(b) if the person is an inmate of a correctional centre, by leaving it with the general manager of the correctional centre or by sending it by post or facsimile or other electronic transmission to the general manager of the correctional centre, or
(c) if the person is a police officer or a public officer, by sending it by post or facsimile to the person's business address, or
(d) if the person is a police officer or a public officer, by sending it by electronic communication to the person's business email address, or
(e) if the person is not a police officer or a public officer, by sending it by post or facsimile to the person's residential address, or
(f) if the person is not a police officer or a public officer, by sending it by electronic communication to the person's email address, or
(g) with the consent of the relevant legal practitioner for the person, by leaving it at the relevant legal practitioner's address for service or by sending it to that address by post or facsimile or by sending it to the legal practitioner's email address for service by electronic communication.
(3) If, on tender of a subpoena, the person refuses to accept it, it may be served by putting it down in the person's presence and telling the person the nature of the notice.



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