Manner of Service of Other Notices and Documents in All Other Appeals
82.27 (1) In all other appeals, where the Attorney General is not the appellant, or a party is not represented by counsel, or both, service of notices and documents, other than the notice of appeal,
(a) when directed to the Attorney General, shall be effected by
(i) service on legal counsel instructed by the Attorney General,
(ii) prepaid registered mail to the Attorney General or counsel directed by the Attorney General, or
(iii) verified facsimile transmission, except in respect of transcripts, appeal books, factums and other documents exceeding 10 pages; and
(b) when directed to another party, shall be effected by
(i) personal service,
(ii) prepaid registered or certified mail to the address of the party set out in the notice of appeal or as filed with the Registrar,
(iii) verified facsimile transmission, except in respect of transcripts, appeal books, factums and other documents exceeding 10 pages, or
(iv) any other manner that may be directed by the Court.
(2) In all appeals referred to in this Rule, the original notice or document, and documents evidencing proof of service, if necessary, shall be filed with the Registrar.
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