(1) If service of a document has been effected pursuant to a request for service in this jurisdiction, the person by whom service has been effected must lodge with the Court an affidavit specifying—
(a) the time, day of the week and date on which the document was served; and
(b) the place where the document was served; and
(c) the method of service; and
(d) the person on whom the document was served; and
(e) the way in which that person was identified.
(2) If attempts to serve a document pursuant to a request for service in this jurisdiction have failed, the person by whom service has been attempted must lodge with the Court an affidavit specifying—
(a) details of the attempts made to serve the document; and
(b) the reasons that have prevented service.
(3) When an affidavit as to service of a document has been lodged in accordance with this Rule, the Prothonotary—
(a) must complete a certificate of service, sealed with the seal of the Court, on the reverse side of, or attached to, the request for service in this jurisdiction; and
(b) must forward the certificate of service, together with a statement as to the costs incurred in relation to the service or attempted service of the document, directly to the forwarding authority from which the request was received.
(4) A certificate of service must be—
(a) in accordance with Part 2 of Form 80A; or
(b) if a form of
certificate of service that substantially corresponds to Part 2 of
Form 80A accompanies the request for service, in that accompanying form.