Adaptation amendments retroactively made - see 25 of 1998 s. 2
(1) Where any document is required by the Ordinance or these rules to be served on the Director-
(a) service may be effected by sending the document by post or delivering it to the Director;
(b) it shall not be necessary for the Director to acknowledge service of such document;
(c) an affidavit of service, the contents of which shall be in accordance with R.H.C. Order 65, rule 8, shall be filed in Court by the person required to effect such service, as proof of service;
(d) if due service has not been effected or no affidavit of service has been filed in Court, the Court shall, subject to sub-paragraph (e), adjourn the hearing on such terms as to costs or otherwise as it thinks fit, in order that service may be effected or an affidavit of service filed; and
(e) if due service has been effected but no affidavit of service filed in Court, the Court may proceed with the hearing if the party required to file such affidavit satisfies the Court that service has been effected and gives an undertaking to Court to file an affidavit of service within such time as may be directed by Court.
(2) In any proceedings under the Ordinance, the provisions of R.H.C. Order 65, rule 4 in respect of inspection and obtaining copies of any document filed in the registry of the Court shall apply to the Director as if he were a party to the proceedings.