Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 2005
Current version for 9 April 2020 to date (accessed 2 June 2020 at 05:32)
Part 4 Division 2 Rule 4.11
4.11   Case number or other unique identifier to be assigned to originating process
(cf SCR Part 1, rule 10; DCR Part 5, rule 3; LCR Part 5, rule 3)
(1)  When originating process is accepted for filing, a case number or other unique identifier is to be assigned to the proceedings commenced by the process.
(2)  On accepting originating process for filing, an officer of the court must endorse on the process the case number or other unique identifier assigned to the proceedings commenced by the process.
(3)  In the case of originating process to commence proceedings for the grant of probate or administration, or the resealing of a foreign grant within the meaning of Part 78 of the Supreme Court Rules 1970, for an estate in respect of which—
(a)  a notice has been filed under Division 9 of that Part, or
(b)  a caveat has been filed under Division 10 of that Part,
the case number or other unique identifier assigned to the proceedings is to be the same as that previously assigned to the notice or caveat.