Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 2005
Current version for 9 April 2020 to date (accessed 5 August 2020 at 15:26)
Part 40 Division 1 Rule 40.4
40.4   Security for future conduct
(cf SCR Part 53, rule 6)
(1)  If, for the purpose of security for future conduct, the court—
(a)  requires any person to pay money into court or otherwise to deposit money, or
(b)  puts any person on terms of payment into court or other deposit of money, or
(c)  puts any person on terms of procuring payment into court or other deposit of money by some other person,
the court must, by order, specify the circumstances in which the money so paid or deposited is to be forfeited, returned or otherwise disposed of.
(2)  If, for the purpose of security for future conduct, the court—
(a)  requires any person to submit to an order for the payment of money, or
(b)  puts any person on terms of submitting to an order for the payment of money, or
(c)  puts any person on terms of procuring some other person to submit to an order for the payment of money,
the court must, by order, specify the circumstances in which the order for the payment of money may be made and may, by order, specify the manner in which the submission is to be made.