When making an order for dispensing with service or for substituted service, the Court may have regard to:
(a) whether reasonable steps have been taken to attempt to serve the document; and
(aa) whether it is likely that the steps that have been taken have brought the existence and nature of the document to the attention of the person to be served; and
(b) whether the person to be served could become aware of the existence and nature of the document by means of advertising or another means of communication that is reasonably available; and
(c) the likely cost to the party serving the document, the means of that party and the nature of the proceedings; and
(d) any other relevant matter.