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UNIFORM CIVIL PROCEDURE RULES 1999 - REG 29

Notice of address for service

29 Notice of address for service

(1) A respondent may not file and serve a notice of intention to defend an application.
(2) However, the respondent may file and serve a notice of address for service in the approved form.
(3) The court may require a respondent to file and serve a notice of address for service in the approved form.
(4) Rule 17 applies in relation to a notice of address for service as if the notice were an originating process and the respondent were an applicant.
(5) Despite rule 17 , an address for service stated under the Service and Execution of Process Act 1992 (Cwlth) is the address for service of the respondent.
(6) Failure to file or serve notice of an address for service does not affect the respondent’s right to be heard on the hearing of the application.



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