Victorian Consolidated Regulations

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Notice by legal practitioner

    (1)     A legal practitioner who commences to act for an accused or an applicant in a proceeding to which this Order applies shall, as soon as possible after commencing so to act, file a notice stating—

        (a)     that the legal practitioner is acting for the accused or the applicant, as the case requires;

        (b)     the contact details of the legal practitioner, including name, address, telephone number, fax number and email address; and

        (c)     the relevant name and address for service.

    (2)     The legal practitioner shall be noted in the records of the Court as acting for the accused or the applicant, as the case requires.

    (3)     A legal practitioner who ceases to act for an accused or an applicant shall, as soon as possible after so ceasing to act—

        (a)     file a notice stating that the legal practitioner has ceased so to act; and

        (b)     serve a copy of the notice on—

              (i)     the DPP or the Commonwealth DPP, as the case requires; and

              (ii)     the accused or the applicant, as the case requires.

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