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Direction as to giving notice of application

    (1)     This section applies if a Victorian court or tribunal considers that an application for leave to proceed, other than an application for leave to proceed under an extended litigation restraint order that relates to intervention order legislation, should proceed.

    (2)     The Victorian court or tribunal must direct the applicant for leave to proceed to give notice of the application to the following persons—

        (a)     the Attorney-General;

        (b)     the person (if any) who made the application for the litigation restraint order to which the application for leave to proceed relates;

        (c)     any person named in the interlocutory application or the proceeding to which the application for leave to proceed relates.

    (3)     A Victorian court or tribunal may make any other order in relation to the notification of persons that it considers appropriate in the circumstances.

    (4)     Notice given by an applicant in accordance with this section must—

        (a)     include a copy of the application for leave to proceed; and

        (b)     state that the person given the application is entitled to make submissions in relation to the application.

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