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Delegated powers of registrars - Civil Procedure Act 2005


'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
Chief Judge
13 March 2006

Civil Procedure Act 2005  

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 

See also delegated powers under the Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 2005



 
 
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