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Under s 13 of the Civil Procedure Regulation 2005, I direct that the Principal Registrar, registrars for proclaimed places and assistant registrars may exercise the powers conferred by the legislation listed in column 1 and described in column 2, but subject to any restriction listed in column 3.
The Hon. R.O. Blanch AM
13 March 2006
|Section||Description||Restriction if applicable|
|Section 26||Referral to mediation||By consent of the parties|
|Section 38||Referral to arbitration||N/A|
|Section 43||Order for rehearing||N/A|
|Section 61 (1) and (2)||Directions as to practice and procedure generally||N/A|
|Section 63||Directions with respect to procedural irregularities||Restricted to those matters which a registrar may deal with|
|Section 64||Amendment of documents generally||Restricted to those matters which a registrar may deal with|
|Section 65||Amendment of originating process after expiry of limitation period||Restricted to those matters which a registrar may deal with|
|Section 66||Adjournment of proceedings before registrar||N/A|
|Section 67||Stay of proceedings||Pending a hearing by the court on the next available court sitting day|
|Section 98||Courts powers as to costs||Restricted to proceedings before a registrar|
|Section 108||Determination of applications for orders for examination||N/A|
|Section 134||Orders extending the prescribed period for the issue of writs of execution, garnishee orders, etc||N/A|
|Section 140||Transfer of proceedings from Local Court to District Court||N/A|
|Section 146||Transfer of proceedings from District Court to the Local Court||N/A|
08 May 2023
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