(1) The court may direct the registrar to give written notice to the parties (the
"referral notice" ) that the parties’ dispute is to be referred, by order, to an ADR process to be conducted by a specified mediator or case appraiser.
(2) A party may object to the reference by filing an objection notice in the registry.
(3) The objection notice must—(a) state the reasons why the party objects to the referral; and(b) be filed within 7 days after the objecting party receives the referral notice.
(4) If an objection notice is filed, the court may require the parties or their representatives to attend before it (the
(5) The court may make an order at the hearing it considers appropriate in the circumstances.