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and time and effort trying to him personally. Could serve a subpoena via SMS text message. Twitter: alternative service of an injunction via Twitter: High Court of England & Wales in Blaney v Persons (2009, unreported).
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Service outside the jurisdiction (service ex juris) Outside Victoria, but within Australia: Service and Execution of Process Act 1992 (Cth). Outside Australia: Rules of Court International conventions
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Service outside Vic but within Aust: Service and Execution of Process Act An “initiating process” issued in a state/territory can be served in another state/territory without Court’s leave: s 15(1) Service has the same effect, & may give rise to the same proceedings, as if had been served in place of issue: s 12 Service on individual effected in same way as service in state where proceedings issued: s 15(2)
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Overseas Service: r 7.01 Originating process may be served out of Australia without order of Court where one of the nexus requirements are met.
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Nexus requirements: r 7.01(1) Domicile (c) relief sought against a person domiciled or ordinarily resident within Victoria; Contract (f) proceeding brought to enforce, rescind, dissolve etc a contract, or recover damages…re breach of a contract- (i) that was made within Victoria ; (ii) that was made by or through an agent carrying on business or residing in Vic; or (iii) that is governed by the law of Victoria; (g) proceeding re breach committed within Victoria of a contract wherever made
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Nexus requirements (cont’d ) Tort (i) proceeding founded on a tort committed in Victoria ; (j) proceeding re damage suffered wholly or partly in Victoria & caused by a tortious act/omission wherever occurring; Other (l) proceeding properly brought against a person duly served within/out of Victoria & anor person out of Australia is a necessary or proper party to the proceeding…
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Nexus Requirements cont. Originating process MUST include indorsement indicating which of these nexus grounds is covered, which gives D basis to argue about this: R 7.02. Plus, R 7.03: either personal service or service according to the laws of the country in which you are serving. R 7.04: if there is no appearance, then leave of the court required before taking further steps
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Service by Convention/Treaty Hague Convention on Service Abroad of Judicial and Extrajudicial Documents in Civil and Commercial Matters 1965. 62 Parties. Australia acceded to this in March 2010. See Order 80 for service here of foreign Court documents
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Service by Convention Party seeking to effect service pursuant to a convention, lodges with Prothonotary: Document to be served; Translation, if the language of the other country is not English; Request for service in accordance with a Convention, referring to the relevant Convention.
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Service by Convention cont.
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