(cf SCR Part 7, rule 3)
A summons filed in proceedings in which there is a defendant--
(a) must state that--(i) the proceedings may be heard, and(ii) the defendant is liable to suffer judgment or an order against the defendant,unless there is attendance before the court by the defendant or his or her barrister or solicitor at the time and place stated in the summons, and
(b) must further state that, before any such attendance, the defendant must file a notice of appearance in the registry, and
(c) must give the address of the registry at the place named as the place for attendance.