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91.—(1) A court officer will serve a copy of the application notice—
(a)as soon as practicable after it is filed; and
(b)in any event at least 7 days before the court is to deal with the application.
(2) The applicant must, when he files the application notice, file a copy of any written evidence in support.
(3) When a copy of an application notice is served by a court officer it will be accompanied by—
(a)a notice of the date and place where the application will be heard;
(b)a copy of any witness statement in support; and
(c)a copy of any draft order which the applicant has attached to his application.
(a)an application notice is served; but
(b)the period of notice is shorter than the period required by these Rules or a practice direction,
the court may direct that, in the circumstances of the case, sufficient notice has been given and hear the application.
(5) This rule does not require written evidence—
(a)to be filed if it has already been filed; or
(b)to be served on a party on whom it has already been served.
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