Industrial Magistrates Courts (General Jurisdiction) Regulations 2005
Part 9-Serving documents
Division 2-Service by email or fax

    57. Email and fax address for service

    (1) For the purposes of enabling the service of documents by email, a party may, in addition to providing an address for service in accordance with regulation 52, provide an email address operating at that address.

    (2) For the purposes of enabling the service of documents by fax, a party may, in addition to providing an address for service in accordance with regulation 52, provide a fax number operating at that address.

    (3) If a representative of a party practises in a business with one or more other representatives or people

    (a) any email address provided by the representative under subregulation (1) must be the email address of the business and not that of the representative personally; and

    (b) any fax number provided by the representative of the party under subregulation (2) must be the fax number of the business and not that of the representative personally.

    (4) A party which under this regulation provides an email address or a fax number is to be taken to have consented to being served with documents by email at that email address or by fax at that fax number.

    (5) If a party's email or fax address for service changes after the email or fax lodgment of documents in relation to a case, the party must by email or fax respectively lodge and serve a notice of change of address as soon as practicable after the address changes.

    (6) The notice of change of email or fax address must be in the approved form.



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