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UNIFORM CIVIL PROCEDURE RULES 1999 - REG 904

Prerequisite to enforcement by contempt or seizing property

904 Prerequisite to enforcement by contempt or seizing property

(1) Unless the court otherwise orders, a non-money order may be enforced by contempt proceedings or seizing a person’s property only if—
(a) the person against whom the order is to be enforced is served personally with a copy of the order; and
Note—
See rules 106 (How personal service is performed) and 107 (Personal service—corporations).
(b) for an order requiring a person to perform an act within a time specified in the order, the order is served a reasonable time before the end of the time specified in the order.
(2) Subrule (1) does not apply to a non-money order requiring a person to perform an act within a time specified in the order or requiring a person to abstain from performing an act, if the person has notice of the order because—
(a) the person was present when the order was made; or
(b) the person was notified of the terms of the order by telephone or in another way a reasonable time before the end of the time for performance of the act or before the time when the prohibited act was to be performed as the case requires.



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