“Respondents served in Australia under Trans-Tasman Proceedings Act 2010
“If you are served in Australia and under section 13 of the Trans-Tasman Proceedings Act 2010 of New Zealand, this notice is affected by that Act and the information that section 15 of that Act requires to be served on you. By virtue of that Act you may, for example,—
“respond to the application by taking steps yourself or by using an Australian lawyer (rather than by instructing a New Zealand lawyer to act for you); and
“respond within a period that is at least 30 working days after the day on which you were served; and
“give an address for service that is an address of a place in Australia or New Zealand.
“Note: An initiating document for a civil proceeding that relates wholly or partly to a matter that, under sections 4(1) and 12(2)(a) of the Trans-Tasman Proceedings Act 2010, is an excluded matter (for example, the dissolution of a marriage) cannot be served in Australia and under section 13 of that Act.”