15.12.1 The Registrar must—
(a) prepare and attach an official receipt to every warrant under which money is payable and that is issued for enforcement to a constable or a person appointed as an acting bailiff under section 15(2) of the Act:
(b) issue a book of official receipts to the bailiff.
15.12.2 A bailiff must carry his or her book of official receipts when enforcing a warrant under which money is payable.
15.12.3 When money is paid on the warrant, the bailiff, constable, or acting bailiff must promptly complete and sign the receipt and hand it to the defendant or the person paying the money.
15.12.4 If a receipt referred to in rule 15.12.1(a) is not used,—
(a) the constable or acting bailiff must endorse on it a short statement of what was done under the warrant (for example, “insufficient goods and chattels”, “defendant left district”, “cannot be found”, “withdrawn at request of plaintiff”), date and sign the endorsement, and return the receipt to the Registrar who issued it; and
“insufficient goods and chattels”
“defendant left district”
“cannot be found”
“withdrawn at request of plaintiff”
(b) the returned receipt must be securely attached to its duplicate in the receipt book.
Compare: SR 1992/109 r 573