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High Court Rules

SR 1907 No. 93 Regulations as made
Principal Regulations
Date of repeal 01 Jan 1908
Repealed by Repealed by High Court Rules of Australia (SR 1928 No. 118)

STATUTORY RULES.

1907. No. 93.

 

HIGH COURT OF AUSTRALIA.

 

We certify that by reason of urgency the following Rule should come into immediate operation.

S. W. GRIFFITH, C.J.

EDMUND BARTON, J.

R. E. O’CONNOR, J.

ISAAC A. ISAACS, J.

HY. B. HIGGINS, J.

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RULE OF COURT.

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As of Tuesday, the third day of September, a.d., 1907. It is ordered as follows:—

Notwithstanding anything contained in the Rules of Court the Court may expedite the hearing of an appeal, and for that purpose the Court or a Justice may order the appeal to be set down for hearing on any day appointed for the Court to sit to hear appeals, and may abridge the notice to be given to the respondent to such extent and upon such terms as the justice of the case may require.

S. W. GRIFFITH, C.J.

EDMUND BARTON, J.

(l.s.)                                       R. E. O’CONNOR, J.

ISAAC A. ISAACS, J.

HY. B. HIGGINS, J

J. W. O’HALLORAN,

Deputy Registrar.

 

By Authority: J. Kemp, Acting Government Printer, Melbourne.

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