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Possession of land--interstate judgment

36.8A Possession of land--interstate judgment

(1) If a judgment for possession of land given by a court of the Commonwealth or another State or Territory is registered, the plaintiff must serve on the occupier--
(a) the judgment, and
(b) the document initiating the proceedings in which the judgment was given, and
(c) a notice to the effect that--
(i) the occupier may apply to the court for an order staying enforcement of the judgment, and
(ii) if the occupier does not so apply within 10 days after service, the occupier may be evicted under a writ for possession issued in the occupier's absence.
(2) For the purposes of subrule (1), documents may be served on the occupier personally or by leaving the documents on the land concerned addressed to the occupier by name or addressed simply "to the occupier".

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