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Family Law Amendment Rules 2007 (No. 1)

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SLI 2007 No. 207 Rules/Court & Tribunal Rules as made
These Rules amend the Family Law Rules 2004 to cater for the commencement of section 60I and section 60J of the Family Law Act 1975 on 1 July 2007 and the commencement of the child support legislation amendments, and to clarify various issues and procedures.
Administered by: Attorney-General's
Registered 06 Jul 2007
Tabling HistoryDate
Tabled HR07-Aug-2007
Tabled Senate07-Aug-2007
Date of repeal 09 Apr 2013
Repealed by Attorney-General's (Spent and Redundant Instruments) Repeal Regulation 2013

Family Law Amendment Rules 2007 (No. 1)1

Select Legislative Instrument 2007 No. 207

We, Judges within the meaning of the Family Law Act 1975, make the following Rules of Court under that Act.

Dated 5 July 2007

 

DIANA BRYANT CJ

J. FAULKS DCJ

J. V. KAY

MICHELLE MAY

G. R. MULLANE

N. MUSHIN

SALLY BROWN

B. JORDAN

CHRISTINE E. DAWE

JOHN STEELE

HEATHER B. CARTER

LLOYD WADDY

M WATT

P. I. ROSE

S. STRICKLAND

A. R. MONTEITH

JANINE STEVENSON

M. LE POER TRENCH

PETER YOUNG

TIM CARMODY

 

 

 

Judges of the Family Court

of Australia

 

A. M. FILIPPELLO

Principal Registrar

Family Court of Australia

S. THACKRAY

C. E. MARTIN

J. PENNY

 

 

 

Judges of the Family Court

of Western Australia

DAVID MONAGHAN
Principal Registrar
Family Court of Western Australia

 


1              Name of Rules

                These Rules are the Family Law Amendment Rules 2007 (No. 1).

2              Commencement

                These Rules commence on the day after they are registered.

3              Amendment of Family Law Rules 2004

                Schedule 1 amends the Family Law Rules 2004.


Schedule 1        Amendments

(rule 3)

  

[1]           Subrule 1.05 (1)

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Schedule 1, including attempting to resolve the dispute using dispute resolution methods.

insert

Schedule 1.

[2]           Paragraph 1.05 (2) (a)

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violence;

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violence, or the risk of child abuse or family violence;

[3]           Paragraph 1.05 (2) (b)

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violence

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violence, or the risk of family violence,

[4]           Rule 1.05, note 3

substitute

Note 3   Subsections 60I (7) to (12) provide for attendance at family dispute resolution before applying for an order under Part VII of the Act in relation to a child.

[5]           Table 2.2, after item 2

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2A

Application for Final Orders in which an order is sought under Part VII of the Act, for example, a parenting order

   (a)  a certificate given to the applicant by a family dispute resolution practitioner under subsection 60I (8) of the Act; or

   (b)  if no certificate is required because paragraph 60I (9) (b), (c), (d), (e) or (f) of the Act applies — an affidavit in a form approved by the Principal Registrar unless another affidavit filed in the proceedings sets out the factual basis of the exception claimed

[6]           Table 2.2, item 5

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4.16,

[7]           Table 2.2, item 6

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rule 4.19

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rule 4.18

[8]           Table 2.2, after item 6

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6A

Application in a Case in which an order is sought under Part VII of the Act, if none of the parties has applied before 1 July 2007 for a Part VII order in relation to the child

   (a)  a certificate given to the applicant by a family dispute resolution practitioner under subsection 60I (8) of the Act; or

   (b)  if no certificate is required because paragraph 60I (9) (b), (c), (d), (e) or (f) of the Act applies — an affidavit in a form approved by the Principal Registrar unless another affidavit filed in the proceedings sets out the factual basis of the exception claimed

[9]           Table 2.2, item 7, column 2

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Judicial Registrar

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or an application to which item 6A applies

[10]         Table 2.2, item 10, column 2

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Contravention (Form 18)

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Contravention, other than an application to which item 10A applies

[11]         Table 2.2, after item 10

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10A

Application —Contravention in which an order is sought under Part VII of the Act, if none of the parties to the proceedings has applied before 1 July 2007 for a Part VII order in relation to the child

   (a)  a certificate given to the applicant by the family dispute resolution practitioner under subsection 60I (8) of the Act; or

   (b)  if no certificate is required because paragraph 60I (9) (c) of the Act applies — an affidavit (that may be part of another affidavit filed in the proceedings) setting out the factual basis of the exemption claimed

[12]         Rule 2.03, note

substitute

Note   In addition to the requirements of this rule, an applicant who has filed an application for enforcement must serve the relevant brochure on the respondent (see paragraph 20.11 (3) (b)).

[13]         Division 4.2.4, heading

substitute

Division 4.2.4        Spousal maintenance

Note   Applications should not be made under this Division unless an associated matter is pending in the court or filing with the Federal Magistrates Court is not available. Under section 33B of the Family Law Act 1975, the Family Court may transfer the proceeding to the Federal Magistrates Court without notice to the parties.

[14]         Rule 4.13

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[15]         Subrule 4.14 (1)

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a Maintenance Application

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an Application for Spousal Maintenance

[16]         Rule 4.15

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4.15        Evidence to be provided

         (1)   On the first court date and the hearing date of an Application for Spousal Maintenance, each party must bring to the court the following documents:

                (a)    a copy of the party’s taxation returns for the 3 most recent financial years;

               (b)    the party’s taxation assessments for the 3 most recent financial years;

                (c)    the party’s bank records for the period of 3 years ending on the date on which the application was filed;

               (d)    if the party receives wages or salary payments — the party’s payslips for the past 12 months;

                (e)    if the party owns or controls a business, either as sole trader, partnership or a company — the business activity statements and the financial statements (including profit and loss statements and balance sheets) for the 3 most recent financial years of the business; and

                (f)    any other document relevant to determining the income, needs and financial resources of the party.

Note 1   Documents that may need to be produced under paragraph (f) include documents setting out the details mentioned in rule 13.04.

Note 2   For variation of a maintenance order, see section 83 of the Act.

         (2)   Before the hearing date, a party must produce the documents mentioned in subrule (1) for inspection, if the other party to the proceedings makes a written request for their production.

         (3)   If a request is made under subrule (2), the documents must be produced within 7 working days of the request being received.

[17]         Rules 4.16 and 4.17

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[18]         Division 4.2.5

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Division 4.2.5        Child support and child maintenance

Overview of proceedings to which this Division applies

Child support

Applications may be made under the following provisions of the Child Support (Assessment) Act 1989:

·   subsection 95 (6), section 98 or 136 about a child support agreement that has been accepted by the Registrar

·   sections 106A and 107 about who is or who is not the parent of the child

·   section 111 seeking a departure from administrative assessment backdated over 18 months and up to 7 years

·         section 118 for departure from administrative assessment as follows:

           ·   if the Child Support Registrar has refused to determine the departure application because the issues are too complex (sections 98E and 98R);

           ·   if the court has a discretion to determine the application because there is another application pending before the court and the court is satisfied that special circumstances exist to enable it to determine both applications (section 116);

           ·   if there is a minimum administrative assessment (paragraph 116 (1) (c))

·   section 123 for lump sum or non periodic payments of child support

·   section 129 to vary a prior order for lump sum or non periodic child support

·   section 139 seeking urgent maintenance after an application has been made for administrative assessment of child support, but has yet to be determined

·   section 140 for an order staying (suspending) the operation of the Act, until the finalisation of court proceedings

·   section 143 for recovery of child support paid when a person is not liable to pay child support

Note   Applications should not be made under this Division unless an associated matter is pending in the court or filing with the Federal Magistrates Court is not available. Under section 33B of the Family Law Act 1975, the Family Court may transfer the proceeding to the Federal Magistrates Court without notice to the parties.

Section 110B of the Child Support (Registration and Collection) Act 1988 allows appeals from the Social Security Appeals Tribunal on questions of law.

Applications may also be made under the Child Support (Assessment) (Overseas‑related Maintenance Obligations) Regulations 2000.

Child maintenance

Applications may be made for child maintenance under Division 7 of Part VII of the Family Law Act in relation to children to whom the child support scheme does not apply. Applications may also be made under Parts III and IV of the Family Law Regulations.

4.16        Application of Division 4.2.5

                This Division applies to:

                (a)    an application under the Assessment Act, other than an application for leave to appeal from an order of a court exercising jurisdiction under the Assessment Act;

               (b)    an appeal under the Registration Act, other than an appeal from a court;

                (c)    an application under Division 7 of Part VII of the Family Law Act;

               (d)    an application under the Child Support (Assessment) (Overseas‑related Maintenance Obligations) Regulations 2000; and

                (e)    an application under Parts III and IV of the Family Law Regulations.

Note 1   Chapter 2 provides for the form to be used to make an Application for Final Orders and the documents to be filed with that form.

Note 2   Chapter 22 sets out the procedure for appealing from a decision of a court.

Note 3   The Assessment Act provides that the parties to a child support application should be the liable parent and the eligible carer. The Child Support Registrar does not need to be joined as a party but, after being served with a copy of the application, may intervene in the case.

4.17        Commencing proceedings

         (1)   An application under this Part must be made in accordance with an Application for Final Orders.

         (2)   An appeal under this Part must be made in accordance with a Notice of Appeal (Child Support).

4.18        Documents to be filed with applications

         (1)   A person must file with an application mentioned in an item of Table 4.1, the documents mentioned in the item.

Table 4.1   Documents to file with applications

 

Item

Application

Documents to be filed with application

1

All applications for child support

An affidavit setting out the facts relied on in support of the application, attaching:

   (a)  a schedule setting out the section of the Assessment Act or Registration Act under which the application is made;

   (b)  a copy of any decision, notice of decision or assessment made by the Child Support Registrar relevant to the application and statement of reasons for that decision; and

   (c)  a copy of any document lodged by a party with the Child Support Registrar, or received by a party from the Child Support Registrar, relevant to the decision or assessment

2

Application under section 98, 111, 116, 123, 129, 136, 139, 140 and 143 of the Assessment Act

An affidavit setting out the facts relied on in support of the application, attaching:

   (a)  the documents mentioned in this column in item 1;

   (b)  a completed Financial Statement;

   (c)  a copy of any relevant order or agreement

3

All applications for child maintenance

A completed Financial Statement

Note   The documents required to be filed with an application under this rule are in addition to the documents required to be filed under rule 2.02.

         (2)   For paragraph (c) of item 1 of Table 4.1, if the applicant does not have a copy of a document lodged by the other party with the Child Support Agency, the applicant may file the summary of the document prepared by the Child Support Agency.

4.19        Child support agreements

                A person who makes an application in relation to a child support agreement must register a copy of the agreement with the court by filing one of the following:

                (a)    an affidavit attaching the original agreement;

               (b)    an affidavit attaching a copy of the agreement and stating that the copy is a true copy of the original agreement;

                (c)    an affidavit stating that the original agreement has been lost and the steps taken to locate the agreement, and attaching a copy of a document received from the Child Support Registrar setting out the terms of the agreement as registered by the Child Support Agency.

4.20        Time limits for applications under Assessment Act

                A person must file an application for a declaration under subsection 106A (2) or 107 (1) of the Assessment Act within 60 days after being served with a notice given under section 33 or 34 of that Act.

Note 1   A person may apply for an extension of time to file after the time limit mentioned in this rule by filing an Application in a Case and an affidavit (see rules 1.14 and 5.01).

Note 2   For information about when a document is taken to be served, see rule 7.17.

4.21        Appeals on questions of law

         (1)   An appeal on a question of law from the Social Security Appeals Tribunal may be made by filing a Notice of Appeal (Child Support).

         (2)   A person must file with a Notice of Appeal (Child Support) a copy of the Statement of Reasons of the Social Security Appeals Tribunal.

4.22        Time limit for appeals on questions of law

                A party to a proceeding before the Social Security Appeals Tribunal under Part VIIA of the Registration Act may file an appeal, on a question of law, from any decision of the Social Security Appeals Tribunal in that proceeding, within 28 days of the publication of the Statement of Reasons.

4.23        Service of application or notice of appeal

         (1)   The persons to be served with an application or notice of appeal under this Part are:

                (a)    each respondent;

               (b)    a parent or eligible carer of the child in relation to whom the application or appeal is made;

                (c)    the Child Support Registrar; and

               (d)    for appeals from the Social Security Appeals Tribunal — the Executive Director of the Social Security Appeals Tribunal and any other parties to the appeal.

         (2)   Except for an application for an order staying a decision or an urgent order for child maintenance, an application or notice of appeal must be served at least 28 days before the hearing date.

         (3)   A person seeking to appeal a decision of the Social Security Appeals Tribunal must serve a notice of the appeal on the Executive Director of the Social Security Appeals Tribunal within 7 working days of the day of filing the appeal.

         (4)   Any documents on which the applicant or appellant intends to rely must be served on the persons mentioned in subrule (1) at least 21 days before the hearing date.

4.24        Service by Child Support Registrar

                For rule 4.20, if the Child Support Registrar serves a document on a person under the Assessment Act or Registration Act, the document is taken to have been served on the person on the day specified in rule 7.17.

4.25        Procedure on first court date

         (1)   On the first court date of a child maintenance application or a child support application or appeal, the Registrar must, if practicable, conduct a case assessment conference.

Note   The Registry Manager fixes the first court date (see rule 4.03).

         (2)   If the application or appeal is not resolved on the first court date, the Registrar may make orders for the future conduct of the case, including the exchange of affidavits between the parties and the listing of the case for hearing.

4.26        Evidence to be provided

         (1)   This rule applies to a child support application under section 98, 111, 116, 123, 129, 136, 139, 140 or 143 of the Assessment Act or a child maintenance application.

         (2)   On the first court date and the hearing date of the application, each party must bring to the court the following documents:

                (a)    a copy of the party’s taxation returns for the 3 most recent financial years;

               (b)    the party’s taxation assessments for the 3 most recent financial years;

                (c)    the party’s bank records for the period of 3 years ending on the date on which the application was filed;

               (d)    if the party receives wages or salary payments — the party’s payslips for the past 12 months;

                (e)    if the party owns or controls a business, either as sole trader, partnership or a company — the business activity statements and the financial statements (including profit and loss statements and balance sheets) for the 3 most recent financial years of the business; and

                (f)    any other document relevant to determining the income, needs and financial resources of the party.

Note 1   Documents that may need to be produced under paragraph (f) include documents setting out the details mentioned in rule 13.04.

Note 2   For variation of a maintenance order, see subsection 66S (3) of the Act.

         (3)   Before the hearing date, a party must produce the documents mentioned in subrule (2) for inspection, if the other party to the proceedings makes a written request for their production.

         (4)   If a request is made under subrule (3), the documents must be produced within 7 working days of the request being received.

[19]         Paragraph 5.01 (d)

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prescribed

substitute

approved

[20]         After rule 5.01

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5.01A      Filing of applications seeking parenting orders during the Christmas school holiday period

         (1)   This rule applies to an application for a parenting order relating in whole or part to the school holiday period beginning in December in a year (the application year) and extending to January in the following year.

         (2)   The application must be filed before 4.00 pm on the second Friday in November of the application year.

Note   Except in cases of urgency (where the usual criteria for an urgent hearing will apply), an application filed after the deadline under subrule (2) will be allocated the next available date in the usual way. That date may be after Christmas. In other words, if the deadline has passed, the fact that an application relates to the school holiday period will not of itself justify a listing before Christmas. In urgent cases, applications to abridge times and to list a matter on short notice can be made to the Registry.

[21]         Subrule 5.09 (1)

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         (1)   The following

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                The following

[22]         Subrule 5.09 (2), except the notes

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[23]         Table 7.1, item 9, column 2

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4.23 (2),

[24]         Paragraph 10.15 (3) (a)

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rule 4.16

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section 66M of the Act

[25]         After rule 10.15

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10.15A   Consent parenting orders and allegations of abuse

         (1)   This rule applies if an application is made to the court for a parenting order by consent.

         (2)   If the application is made orally during a hearing or trial each party, or if represented by a lawyer, the party’s lawyer:

                (a)    must advise the court that no allegations of child sexual or other physical abuse or risk of abuse (abuse) have been made in:

                          (i)    any document filed or exhibited in the proceedings;

                         (ii)    any report prepared for the proceedings; or

                         (iii)    any document subpoenaed to the court in the proceedings; or

               (b)    if allegations of abuse have been made — must explain to the court how the order attempts to deal with the allegations.

         (3)   For any other application other than an application under paragraph 10.15 (1) (b), each party, or if represented by a lawyer, the party’s lawyer:

                (a)    must certify in an annexure to the draft consent order that no allegations of abuse have been made in:

                          (i)    any document filed or exhibited in the proceedings;

                         (ii)    any report prepared for the proceedings; or

                         (iii)    any document subpoenaed to the court in the proceedings; or

               (b)    if allegations of abuse have been made — must, in the annexure, identify each document containing them and explain how the order attempts to deal with them.

[26]         Subrule 11.04 (1)

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an applicant

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a party

[27]         Paragraph 11.04 (1) (a)

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applicant’s

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party’s

[28]         Paragraph 11.04 (1) (b)

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applicant

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party

[29]         Rule 13.07, note 1, paragraph (b)

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rule 4.19

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rule 4.26 (2)

[30]         Division 15.5.6

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Division 15.5.6     Clarification of single expert witness reports

15.64A   Purpose

         (1)   The purpose of this Division is to provide ways of clarifying a report prepared by a single expert witness.

         (2)   Clarification about a report may be obtained at a conference under rule 15.64B or by means of questions under rule 15.65.

15.64B   Conference

         (1)   Within 21 days after receipt of the report of a single expert witness, the parties may enter into an agreement about conferring with the expert witness for the purpose of clarifying the report.

         (2)   The agreement may provide for the parties, or for one or more of them, to confer with the expert witness.

         (3)   Without limiting the scope of the conference, the parties must agree on arrangements for the conference.

         (4)   It is intended that the parties should be free to make any arrangements for the conference that are consistent with this Division.

Note   For example, arrangements for a conference might include the attendance of another expert, or the provision of a supplementary report.

         (5)   Before participating in the conference, the expert witness must be advised of arrangements for the conference.

         (6)   In seeking to clarify the report of the expert witness, the parties must not interrogate the expert witness.

         (7)   If the parties do not agree about conferring with a single expert witness, the court, on application by a party, may order that a conference be held in accordance with any conditions the court determines.

15.65      Questions to single expert witness

         (1)   A party seeking to clarify the report of a single expert witness may ask questions of the single expert witness under this rule:

                (a)    within 7 days after the conference under rule 15.64B; or

               (b)    if no conference is held, within 21 days after receipt of the single expert witness’s report by the party.

         (2)   The questions must:

                (a)    be in writing and be put once only;

               (b)    be only for the purpose of clarifying the single expert witness’s report; and

                (c)    not be vexatious or oppressive, or require the single expert witness to undertake an unreasonable amount of work to answer.

         (3)   The party must give a copy of any questions to each other party.

Note   A party may cross‑examine a single expert witness (see rule 15.50).

15.66      Single expert witness’s answers

         (1)   A single expert witness must answer a question received under rule 15.65 within 21 days after receiving it.

         (2)   An answer to a question:

                (a)    must be in writing;

               (b)    must specifically refer to the question; and

                (c)    must:

                          (i)    answer the substance of the question; or

                         (ii)    object to answering the question.

         (3)   If the single expert witness objects to answering a question or is unable to answer a question, the single expert witness must state the reason for the objection or inability in the document containing the answers.

         (4)   The single expert witness’s answers:

                (a)    must be:

                          (i)    attached to the affidavit under subrule 15.62 (2);

                         (ii)    sent by the single expert witness to all parties at the same time; and

                         (iii)    filed by the party asking the questions; and

               (b)    are taken to be part of the expert’s report.

15.67      Single expert witness’s costs

         (1)   The reasonable fees and expenses of a single expert witness incurred in relation to a conference are to be paid as follows:

                (a)    if only one of the parties attends the conference — by that party; or

               (b)    if more than one of the parties attends the conference — by those parties jointly.

         (2)   If a single expert witness answers questions under rule 15.66, his or her reasonable fees and expenses incurred in answering any questions are to be paid by the party asking the questions.

         (3)   A single expert witness is not required to undertake any work in relation to a conference or answer any questions until the fees and expenses for that work or those answers are paid or secured.

         (4)   Subrule (3) is not affected by subrule 15.66 (1).

Note   This rule applies unless the court orders otherwise (see rule 1.12).

         (5)   In this rule:

attend includes attendance by electronic communication.

15.67A   Application for directions

                A party may apply to the court for directions relating to a conference with a single expert witness or the asking or answering of questions under this Division.

[31]         Table 18.4, after item 16

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16A

subsection 60I (9)

Power to determine whether subsection 60I (7) applies to an application for a Part VII order in relation to a child

16B

subsection 60I (10)

Power to make an order that a person attend family dispute resolution

16C

subsection 60J (1)

Power to determine whether subsection 60J (1) applies to an application for a Part VII order in relation to a child

[32]         Subrules 19.01 (1) and 19.18 (1)

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case

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case, or in complying with pre‑action procedures

[33]         Paragraph 19.19 (2) (e)

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case

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case, or in complying with pre‑action procedures

[34]         Paragraph 19.21 (1) (b)

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               (b)    for party and party costs — the end of the case.

[35]         After subrule 19.32 (3), including the note

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         (4)   Within 14 days after the costs assessment order is made, a party may ask the Registrar to give reasons for the Registrar’s decision about a disputed item.

[36]         Subrule 19.41 (2)

substitute

         (2)   For Schedule 3, the calculation of the number of words in a document excludes words that are part of:

                (a)    an approved form;

               (b)    a Form in Schedule 2; or

                (c)    a document in a form approved by the Principal Registrar.

[37]         Rule 19.55

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the costs assessment order is made.

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the applicant receives the Registrar’s reasons given after a request made under subrule 19.32 (4).

[38]         Subparagraph 19.56 (2) (c) (iv)

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Registrar.

insert

Registrar, and the party has made a request under subrule 19.32 (4).

[39]         Paragraph 20.03 (2) (b)

after

Agency

insert

or is seeking to recover a liability under section 113A of the Registration Act

[40]         After subrule 20.03 (2), before the note

insert

         (3)   A payee who seeks to recover a child support liability in his or her own name under section 113A of the Registration Act must attach to the affidavit filed with the application a copy of the copy notice, given to the Child Support Agency, of his or her intention to institute proceedings to recover the debt due.

[41]         Subrule 20.03 (3), note 2

substitute

Note 2   A payee who is enforcing a child support liability must notify the Registrar in writing of his or her intention to institute proceedings to recover the debt due (see subsection 113A (1) of the Registration Act).

[42]         Rule 20.04, at the foot

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Note   The payee of a liability may enforce an obligation — see section 113 of the Registration Act.

[43]         Rule 20.07, at the foot

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Note   For the collection of child support, the court has general powers set out in section 111B of the Registration Act.

[44]         Chapter 21, summary

after

recover children.

insert

Application should not be made under this Chapter unless an associated matter is pending in the court or filing with the Federal Magistrates Court is not available. Under section 33B of the Family Law Act 1975, the Family Court may transfer the proceeding to the Federal Magistrates Court without notice to the parties.

[45]         Paragraph 22.46 (2) (a)

after

jurisdiction

insert

(other than the Magistrates Court of Western Australia constituted by a Family Law Magistrate)

[46]         Subrule 22.46 (3), note

after

Magistrates Court

insert

or from the Magistrates Court of Western Australia constituted by a Family Law Magistrate

[47]         After rule 23.01

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23.01A    Registration of State child orders under section 70C or 70D of the Act

         (1)   For section 70C of the Act, a State child order made under a law of a prescribed State may be registered in a court having jurisdiction under Part VII of the Act by filing a sealed copy of the order in a registry of the court.

         (2)   For section 70D of the Act, a State child order made by a court of a State may be registered in another State, in a court having jurisdiction under the Act, by filing a sealed copy of the order in a registry of the court of the other State.

         (3)   In this rule:

State includes a Territory.

[48]         Rule 24.04

substitute

24.04      Forms

         (1)   The Chief Justice, in consultation with the other judges, may approve a form for the purposes of these Rules.

         (2)   A reference in these Rules to Form 4 is taken to be a reference to Form 4 in Schedule 2.

         (3)   Strict compliance with an approved form or Form 4 is not required, and substantial compliance is sufficient.

Note   A form must be completed in accordance with any directions specified in the form, but the directions may be omitted from the completed document.

         (4)   A document in a form approved for the Federal Magistrates Court is taken to be in substantial compliance with the form approved for the same purpose under these Rules.

[49]         Rule 24.08, note

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4.16,

[50]         Subrule 24.13 (2), at the foot

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Note   Access to court records may be affected by the National Security Information (Criminal and Civil Proceedings) Act 2004.

[51]         Rule 26.03

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[52]         Schedule 1, Part 2, paragraph 1 (1) (a)

omit

[53]         Schedule 1, Part 2, paragraph 1 (4) (b)

omit

abuse;

insert

abuse or risk of child abuse;

[54]         Schedule 1, Part 2, paragraph 1 (4) (c)

omit

violence;

insert

violence or risk of family violence;

[55]         Schedule 1, Part 2, paragraphs 3 (1) (b) and (c)

substitute

               (b)    comply with the requirements of this Schedule.

[56]         Schedule 1, Part 2, subclause 3 (2)

omit

[57]         Schedule 1, Part 2, subclause 3 (4)

omit

case if:

insert

case.

[58]         Schedule 1, Part 2, paragraphs 3 (4) (a), (b) and (c)

omit

[59]         Schedule 1, Part 2, subclause 6 (4), at the foot

insert

Note   Section 12E of the Act requires legal practitioners to give to persons considering instituting proceedings documents containing information about non‑court based family services and court’s processes and services.

[60]         Schedule 2, Part 1, heading

omit

[61]         Schedule 2, forms 1 to 3A and 5 to 20

omit

[62]         Schedule 2, Part 2

omit

[63]         Dictionary, after definition of application

insert

approved form, for a provision of these Rules, means a form approved under subrule 24.04 (1) for the purposes of the provision.

[64]         Dictionary, definition of Regional Appeal Registry, paragraph (c)

substitute

        (c)    for an appeal from a case heard in Western Australia — the Perth Registry of the Family Court of Western Australia.

[65]         Further amendments — approved forms

 

Provision

omit each occurrence of

insert

Table 2.1, item 1

(Form 1)

 

Table 2.1, items 2, 3, 4 and 5

(Form 2)

 

Table 2.1, item 6

(Form 3)

 

Table 2.1, item 7

(Form 11)

 

Table 2.1, items 8, 9 and 10

(Form 18)

 

Table 2.1, item 11

(Form 19)

 

Rule 2.01, note 1

a Form 2

an Application in a Case

 

a Form 1

an Application for Final Orders

Rule 2.01, note 2

Form 1A

a Response to an Application for Final Orders

Table 2.2, item 1

(Form 1)

 

Table 2.2, item 2

Form 1

Application for Final Orders

Table 2.2, item 3

Form 1

Application for Final Orders

 

(Form 1A)

to an Application for Final Orders

 

Form 13

Financial Statement

Table 2.2, item 4

Form 1

Application for Final Orders

 

Form 1A

Response to an Application for Final Orders

 

(Form 1B)

 

 

Form 13

Financial Statement

 

Form 1,1A or 1B

Application for Final Orders, Response or Reply to an Application for Final Orders

Table 2.2, items 5 and 6

Form 1

Application for Final Orders

 

Form 1A

Response to an Application for Final Orders

Table 2.2, item 7

(Form 2)

 

 

a Form 2

an Application in a Case

Table 2.2, item 8

(Form 3)

 

Table 2.2, item 9

(Form 11)

 

 

a Form 11

an Application for Consent Orders

Table 2.2, item 11

(Form 19)

 

Subrule 2.02 (4), note 1

(Form 1)

 

Rule 2.03

(Form 1)

 

 

(Form 3)

 

Subrule 2.07 (2), note

(Form 2)

 

Chapter 3, diagram

(Form 3)

 

Subrule 3.01 (1)

(Form 3)

 

Subrule 3.01 (2), note 1

A Form 3

An Application for Divorce

Subrule 3.01 (2), note 2

a Form 3

an Application for Divorce

Rule 3.02, heading

Form 3

an application for Divorce

Rule 3.02

a Form 3

an application for Divorce

Rule 3.03, heading

Form 3

an application for Divorce

Rule 3.03

(Form 3)

 

Rule 3.03

(Form 10)

 

Rule 3.03, note

(Form 3)

 

Subrule 3.04 (1)

(Form 3)

 

 

(Form 3A)

 

Paragraphs 3.04 (1) (a) and (b)

Form 3

Application for Divorce

Subrules 3.04 (2) and 3.05 (1) and (2)

Form 3A

Response to an Application for Divorce

Rule 3.06

Form 3A

Response to an Application for Divorce

Rule 3.06, note

Form 3A

Response to an Application for Divorce

Rule 3.07, heading

Form 3

an Application for Divorce

Rule 3.07

a Form 3

an Application for Divorce

Subrule 3.08 (1)

(Form 3)

 

Rule 3.09

(Form 3)

 

Paragraph 3.09 (a)

(Form 3A)

 

Rule 3.10

(Form 3)

 

Rule 3.11

a Form 3

an Application for Divorce

Rule 3.12

(Form 2)

 

Rule 3.12, note 2

a Form 2

an Application in a Case

Rule 3.13

(Form 3)

 

Chapter 4, summary

a Form 1

an Application for Final Orders

Rule 4.01, heading

(Form 1)

 

Subrule 4.01 (1)

(Form 1)

 

Subrule 4.01 (2), note

a Form 1

an Application for Final Orders

Subrule 4.01 (2), note

Form 1A

Response to an Application for Final Orders

Rule 4.02

a Form 1

an Application for Final Orders

Rule 4.02, example

a Form 1

an Application for Final Orders

Rule 4.03

a Form 1

an Application for Final Orders

Paragraph 4.03 (b)

(Form 2)

 

 

the Form 1

the Application for Final Orders

Rule 4.03 note

a Form 2

an Application in a Case

Rule 4.04

(Form 1)

 

Subrule 4.06 (1)

(Form 1)

 

 

(Form 1A)

 

 

the Form

the application or response

Rule 4.06 (2)

(Form 2)

 

Rule 4.07

a Form 2

an Application in a Case

Subrule 4.08 (2), note 2

a Form 1

the form

Rule 4.10, note

(Form 1)

 

Subrule 4.11 (2), note

(Form 1A)

 

Rule 4.13, note 1

a Form 1

the form

Table 4.1, item 2 (b)

Form 13

Financial Statement

Rule 4.27, note

a Form 1

the form

Rule 4.30

(Form 1)

 

Rule 4.31

a Form 1

an Application for Final Orders

Rule 5.01

(Form 2)

 

Paragraph 5.01 (c)

in Form 2

by an Application in a Case

Rule 5.01, note 1

A Form 2

An Application in a Case

Subrules 5.02 (1) and (2) and 5.03 (1)

a Form 2

an Application in a Case

Subrule 5.04 (1), note 1

A Form 2

An Application in a Case

 

a Form1

an Application for Final Orders

Subrules 5.04 (4) and 5.05 (1) and (3)

a Form 2

an Application in a Case

Paragraph 5.05 (3) (a)

(Form 1)

 

Paragraph 5.05 (3) (b)

the Form 2

the Application in a Case

Subrule 5.05 (4)

a Form 2

an Application in a Case

Subrule 5.09 (2), note 2

(Form 2)

 

 

a child representative

an independent children’s lawyer

Subrule 5.11 (2)

(Form 2)

 

 

(Form 2A)

 

Rule 6.04, note

(Form 2)

 

Paragraph 6.05 (a)

a Form 2

an Application in a Case

Paragraph 6.06 (2) (a)

(Form 5)

 

Subrule 6.06 (3)

Form 5

Notice of Intervention by Person Entitled to Intervene

Rule 6.10, note 1

(Form 2)

 

Paragraph 6.11 (2) (c)

(Form 8)

 

Rule 6.12, note

(Form 8)

 

Rule 7.01, note

(Form 1)

 

Table 7.1, item 1

(Form 1)

 

Table 7.1, item 2

(Form 2)

 

Table 7.1, item 2

a Form 1

an Application for Final Orders

Table 7.1, item 3

Form 2

Application in a Case

Table 7.1, item 4

(Form 3)

 

Table 7.1, item 5

(Form 14)

 

Table 7.1, item 6

(Form 18)

 

Table 7.1, item 7

(Form 19)

 

Table 7.1, item 12

a Form 2

an Application in a Case

Paragraph 7.04 (2) (d)

(Form 7)

 

Paragraph 7.07 (3) (a)

(Form 6)

 

Subrule 7.07 (3), note

a Form 6

an Acknowledgement of Service

 

a signed Form 6

a signed Acknowledgement of Service

 

the Form 6

the Acknowledgement of Service

Subrule 7.10 (2)

(Form 14)

 

 

(Form 20)

 

Paragraph 7.13 (1) (a)

(Form 7)

 

Paragraph 7.13 (1) (b)

(Form 8)

 

Paragraph 7.13 (1) (c)

(Form 6)

 

Subrule 7.13 (2)

(Form 7)

 

Paragraph 7.14 (2) (a)

a Form 7

an Affidavit of Service

 

a Form 6

an Acknowledgement of Service

Paragraph 7.14 (2) (b)

the Form 6

the Acknowledgement of Service

Rule 7.14, note

(Form 6)

 

 

Form 7

Affidavit of Service

 

Form 6

Acknowledgement of Service

Subrule 7.15 (2), example, paragraph (a)

(Form 6)

 

Subrule 7.18 (3), note

a Form 2

an Application in a Case

Subrule 8.02 (1)

(Form 2)

 

Paragraph 8.02 (3) (a)

(Form 8)

 

Paragraph 8.02 (5) (a)

(Form 1)

 

Paragraph 8.04 (1) (a)

(Form 9)

 

Subrule 8.04 (2)

Form 8

 Notice of Address for Service

Paragraph 8.05 (3) (b)

(Form 8)

 

Rule 8.06

Form 8

Notice of Address for Service

Rule 8.06, note 2

Form 8

Notice of Address for Service

Chapter 9, summary

a Form 1

an Application for Final Orders

 

(Form 1A)

to an Application for Final Orders

 

a Form 2

an Application in a Case

 

(Form 2A)

to an Application in a Case

 

a Form 1A

a Response to an Application for Final Orders

 

(Form 1B)

 

 

Form 3A

Response to Application for Divorce

 

a Form 3

an Application for Divorce

Part 9.1, heading

Form 1

an Application for Final Orders

Rule 9.01, heading

Form 1
(Form 1A)

an Application for Final Orders

Subrule 9.01 (1)

(Form 1)

 

 

(Form 1A)

 

Subrules 9.01 (2), (3) and (4)

Form 1A

Response to an Application for Final Orders

Subrule 9.01 (4), note

Form 1A

Response to an Application for Final Orders

Rule 9.02, heading

Form 1A

Response to an Application for Final Orders

Rule 9.02

Form 1A

Response to an Application for Final Orders

Rule 9.02, note

Form 1A

Response to an Application for Final Orders

Paragraphs 9.03 (1) (a) and (b)

Form 1A

Response to an Application for Final Orders

Subrule 9.03 (2)

Form 1A

Response to an Application for Final Orders

Part 9.2, heading

Form 1A

Response to an Application for Final Orders

Rule 9.04, heading

Form 1A
(Form 1B)

Response to an Application for Final Orders (Reply)

Rule 9.04

(Form 1B)

 

Paragraph 9.04 (a)

(Form 1A)

 

Subparagraphs 9.04 (b) (i) and (ii)

Form 1A

Response to an Application for Final Orders

Rule 9.04A, heading

Form 1A,
(Form 1B)

Response to an Application for Final Orders, (Reply)

Subrule 9.04A (1)

(Form 1A)

 

Subrule 9.04A (2)

Form 1A

Response to an Application for Final Orders

 

(Form 1B)

 

Part 9.3, heading

Form 2

Application in a Case

Rule 9.05, heading

Form 2 (Form 2A)

Application in a Case

Rule 9.05

(Form 2)

 

 

(Form 2A)

 

Rule 9.06, heading

Form 2A

Response to an Application in a Case

Subrules 9.06 (1) and (2)

Form 2A

Response to an Application in a Case

Rule 9.07, heading

Form 2A

Response to an Application in a Case

Paragraph 9.07 (a)

Form 2A

Response to an Application in a Case

 

Form 2

Application in a Case

Paragraph 9.07 (b)

Form 2A

Response to an Application in a Case

Subrule 9.08 (1)

(Form 1A)

 

Subrule 9.08 (2)

(Form 1B)

 

Subrule 9.08 (3)

(Form 2)

 

 

(Form 2A)

 

Subrule 9.08 (3), note

Form 2A

Response to an Application in a Case

Subrule 10.11 (1)

(Form 10)

 

Subrule 10.11 (4)

Form 10

Notice of Discontinuance

Part 10.3, note

a Form 2

an Application in a Case

Paragraph 10.15 (1) (b)

(Form 11)

 

Subrule 10.15 (4)

(Form 1)

 

Subrules 10.16 (2) and (4)

Form 11

Application for Consent Orders

Rule 10.18

Form 11

Application for Consent Orders

Rule 11.03, note 2

a Form 2

an Application in a Case

Subrule 11.05 (2)

Form 2

an Application in a Case

Paragraph 11.10 (1) (a)

(Form 1)

 

Paragraph 11.10 (1) (b)

(Form 2)

 

Paragraph 11.10 (2) (a)

aForm 1 or
Form 1A

an Application for Final Orders or Response to an Application for Final Orders

Subrule 11.10 (4)

Form 1 or
Form 1A

Application for Final Orders or Response to an Application for Final Orders

Rule 11.12, note

(Form 13)

 

Chapter 12, summary

(Form 1)

 

Rule 12.01

(Form 1)

 

Part 12.2, note 1

a Form 1

an Application for Final Orders

Subparagraph 12.05 (2) (c) (i)

(Form 13)

 

Paragraph 12.13 (2) (a)

(Form 1A)

to an Application for Final Orders

Rule 13.05, heading

(Form 13)

 

Subrule 13.05 (1)

(Form 11)

 

 

(Form 13)

 

Subrule 13.05 (2)

Form 13

Financial Statement

Rule 13.06, heading

(Form 13)

 

Subrule 13.06 (1)

Form 13

Financial Statement

Paragraph 13.06 (2) (a)

Form 13

Financial Statement

Subrule 13.19 (1)

(Form 1)

 

Subrule 13.22 (2), note 2

a Form 2

an Application in a Case

Rule 13.25

(Form 1)

 

Rule 13.32, definition of requesting party

(Form 12)

 

Subrule 13.33 (1)

(Form 12)

 

Subrules 13.33 (2), (3) and (4)

Form 12

Notice of Non‑party Production of Documents

Rule 13.34

Form 12

Notice of Non‑party Production of Documents

 

Form

Notice

Rule 13.35, heading

Form 12

Notice of Non‑party Production of Documents

Rule 13.35

Form 12

Notice of Non‑party Production of Documents

Paragraphs 13.35 (a) and (b)

the Form

the Notice

Rule 13.35, note 1

Form 12

Notice of Non‑party Production of Documents

Subrule 13.36 (1)

Form 12

Notice of Non‑party Production of Documents

 

the Form

the Notice

Subrule 13.36 (2)

Form 12

Notice of Non‑party Production of Documents

Rule 13.37A

Form 12

Notice of Non‑party Production of Documents

Rule 13.37A

the Form

the Notice

Rule 13.39

Form 12

Notice of Non‑party Production of Documents

Rule 13.39

the Form

the Notice

Rule 13.40, heading

Form 12

Notice of Non‑party Production of Documents

Rule 13.40

Form 12

Notice of Non‑party Production of Documents

Rule 13.41, heading

Form 12

Notice of Non‑party Production of Documents

Paragraph 13.42 (c)

Form 12

Notice of Non‑party Production of Documents

Chapter 14, summary box

Form 2

an Application in a Case

Subrules 15.03 (1) and 15.07 (1)

(Form 1)

 

Subrule 15.07 (1)

(Form 1A)

 

Subrule 15.12 (6)

(Form 7)

 

Rule 15.17, heading

(Form 14)

 

Subrule 15.17 (2)

(Form 14)

the approved form

Subrule 15.19 (1)

(Form 1)

 

Paragraph 15.19 (2) (a)

a Form 1

an Application for Final Orders

Paragraph 15.19 (2) (b)

(Form 2)

 

Paragraph 15.21 (1) (a)

(Form 2)

 

Subrule 15.21 (2)

a Form 2

an Application in a Case

Subrule 15.30 (3)

(Form 7)

 

Subrule 15.31 (2)

Form 14

the Subpoena

Subrule 15.38 (1)

(Form 2)

 

Subrule 15.52 (1)

(Form 2)

 

Subrule 15.52 (1), note 1

a Form 2

an Application in a Case

Table 18.3, items 9 and 9A

(Form 17)

 

Rule 18.07, note 2

(Form 2)

 

Rule 18.08

(Form 2)

 

Paragraph 19.08 (2) (b)

(Form 2)

 

Subparagraph 19.13 (b) (i)

(Form 15)

 

Subparagraphs 19.13 (b) (ii) and (iii)

Form 15

Notice Disputing Itemised Costs Account

Rule 19.23

(Form 15)

 

Rule 19.23, note 2

Form 15

Notice Disputing Itemised Costs Account

Subrules 19.24 (1) and (3)

Form 15

Notice Disputing Itemised Costs Account

Rule 19.25, heading

Form 15

Notice Disputing Itemised Costs Account

Rule 19.25

Form 15

Notice Disputing Itemised Costs Account

Rule 19.25, notes 1 and 2

Form 15

Notice Disputing Itemised Costs Account

Subrule 19.26 (1)

(Form 15)

 

Subrule 19.26 (2)

Form 15

Notice Disputing Itemised Costs Account

Rule 19.27

Form 15

Notice Disputing Itemised Costs Account

Paragraph 19.32 (1) (a)

Form 15

Notice Disputing Itemised Costs Account

Subrule 19.32 (2)

Form 15

Notice Disputing Itemised Costs Account

Subrule 19.36 (1)

Form 15

Notice Disputing Itemised Costs Account

Paragraph 19.37 (1) (b)

Form 15

Notice Disputing Itemised Costs Account

Subparagraphs 19.37 (2) (b) (iii) and (iv)

Form 15

Notice Disputing Itemised Costs Account

Subrule 19.54 (1)

(Form 2)

 

Subparagraph 19.56 (2) (c) (i)

(Form 15)

 

Paragraph 20.03 (2) (a)

(Form 2)

 

Rule 20.06, examples

(Form 13)

 

Paragraph 20.07 (j)

(Form 13)

 

Subrule 20.09 (1), note

a Form 2

an Application in a Case

Paragraph 20.10 (1) (a)

(Form 13)

 

Paragraph 20.10 (1) (b)

(Form 2)

 

Subparagraph 20.10 (1) (b) (i)

Form 13

Financial Statement

Subrule 20.11 (1)

(Form 2)

 

Paragraph 20.12 (1) (b)

Form 13

Financial Statement

Rule 20.14, heading

(Form 13)

 

Paragraphs 20.14 (1) (a) and (b)

Form 13

Financial Statement

Rule 20.16, heading

(Form 16)

 

Subrule 20.16 (1)

(Form 16)

 

Subrule 20.24 (1), note

a Form 2

an Application in a Case

Subrule 20.28 (2), note

a Form 2

an Application in a Case

Subrule 20.31 (2)

(Form 17)

 

Rule 20.32, heading

(Form 17)

 

Subrule 20.32 (1)

(Form 17)

 

Paragraph 20.32 (1) (a)

Form 17

Third Party Debt Notice

Sub‑subparagraph 20.32 (2) (b) (iv) (E)

Form 17

Third Party Debt Notice

Rule 20.33, heading

(Form 17)

 

Paragraph 20.33 (a)

(Form 17)

 

Paragraph 20.33 (b)

Form 17

Third Party Debt Notice

Subrule 20.34 (1)

(Form 17)

 

Subrule 20.34 (2)

Form 17

Third Party Debt Notice

Subrule 20.35 (1)

(Form 17)

 

Rule 20.36

(Form 17)

 

Subrule 20.37 (1)

(Form 17)

 

Subrule 20.37 (1), note

a Form 2

an Application in a Case

Rules 20.38 and 20.39

(Form 17)

 

Rule 20.39, note

a Form 2

an Application in a Case

Paragraph 20.40 (1) (a)

(Form 17)

 

Subrule 20.40 (4)

(Form 17)

 

Paragraph 20.41 (1) (a)

(Form 17)

 

Subrule 20.42 (1)

(Form 2)

 

Subrule 20.44 (2), note

a Form 2

an Application in a Case

Subrule 20.46 (1)

(Form 2)

 

Rule 20.53

(Form 2)

 

Rule 20.53, note

a Form 2

an Application in a Case

Rule 21.01, note 2

(Form 19)

 

 

Form 19

Application for Contempt

Table 21.1, item 1

(Form 2)

 

Table 21.1, items 1A, 2 and 3

(Form 18)

 

Table 21.1, item 4

(Form 19)

 

Table 21.1, item 5

(Form 18)

 

Table 21.1, example

(Form 2)

 

Subrule 21.02 (2), example

a Form 19

an Application for Contempt

 

a Form 18

an Application for Contravention

Rule 21.12

(Form 2)

 

Rule 21.12, note 2

a Form 2

an Application in a Case

Rule 22.02

(Form 20)

 

Rule 22.02, note 2

Form 20

Notice of Appeal

Subrule 22.03 (1)

Form 20

Notice of Appeal

Rule 22.04

Form 20

Notice of Appeal

Subrule 22.05 (1)

Form 20

Notice of Appeal

Subrule 22.05 (2), note

Form 20

Notice of Appeal

Rule 22.06

Form 20

Notice of Appeal

 

the Form

the Notice

Rules 22.07 and 22.08

Form 20

Notice of Appeal

 

Form 20

Notice

Rule 22.09, heading

(Form 20)

 

Rule 22.09

Form 20

Notice of Appeal

Rule 22.09, note 1

Form 20

Notice of Appeal

Subrule 22.12 (1)

Form 20

Notice of Appeal

Part 22.3, diagram

(Form 20)

Notice of Appeal

Rule 22.13, note

Form 20

Notice of Appeal

Rule 22.14

(Form 20)

 

Paragraph 22.22 (3) (a)

(Form 20)

 

Part 22.4, diagram

(Form 20)

 

Subrule 22.28 (1)

(Form 20)

 

Rule 22.29

Form 20

Notice of Appeal

Paragraph 22.32 (3) (a)

(Form 20)

 

Paragraph 22.33 (a)

Form 20

Notice of Appeal

Rule 22.34

Form 20

Notice of Appeal

Rule 22.36

(Form 20)

 

 

the Form 20

the Notice of Appeal

Rule 22.36, note

Form 20

Notice of Appeal

Paragraph 22.37 (a)

Form 20

Notice of Appeal

Part 22.6, note 2

Form 20

Notice of Appeal

Rule 22.43

(Form 2)

 

Subrules 22.44 (1) and 22.46 (2)

(Form 2)

 

Subparagraph 22.46 (3) (b) (iii)

(Form 20)

 

Subrule 22.49 (1)

(Form 20)

 

Rule 22.52

(Form 2)

 

Subrule 24.07 (3)

(Form 6)

 

Subrule 24.07 (5), note

(Form 6)

 

 

Form 6

Acknowledgment of Service

Subrule 24.10 (2)

(Form 2)

 

Rule 25.05

(Form 2)

 

Rule 25.06

a Form 2

an Application in a Case

Paragraph 26.04 (1) (a)

accordance with Form 21

the form Bankruptcy – Application

Paragraph 26.04 (1) (b)

accordance with Form 22

the form Bankruptcy – Application in a Case

Subrule 26.04 (2)

accordance with Form 22

the form Bankruptcy – Application in a Case

Subrule 26.04 (3)

A Bankruptcy Application

The form Bankruptcy – Application

Subrule 26.04 (4)

A Bankruptcy Application in a Case

The form Bankruptcy – Application in a Case

Subrule 26.04 (4), note

an application in accordance with Form 21

the form Bankruptcy – Application

Subrule 26.05 (6)

a Bankruptcy Application in a Case in accordance with Form 22

the form Bankruptcy – Application in a Case

Rule 26.06

a Notice of Appearance in accordance with Form 23

the form Bankruptcy – Notice of Appearance

Subrule 26.07 (1), definition of application

a Bankruptcy Application and a Bankruptcy Application in a Case

the forms Bankruptcy – Application and Bankruptcy – Application in a Case

Paragraph 26.07 (2) (a)

a Notice of Appearance in accordance with Form 23

the form Bankruptcy  Notice of Appearance

Paragraph 26.07 (2) (b)

a notice in accordance with Form 24 stating the grounds of opposition

the form Bankruptcy – Notice stating grounds of opposition to an Application or Application in a Case

Subrule 26.09 (1)

Form 26

the form Bankruptcy – Application for summons to examine relevant person or examinable person

Subrule 26.11 (1)

Form 25

the form Bankruptcy – Summons for Examination

Paragraph 26.14 (1) (a)

a Bankruptcy Application in a Case in accordance with Form 22

the form Bankruptcy – Application in a Case

Subrule 26.14 (2)

Bankruptcy Application in a Case

 form Bankruptcy – Application in a Case

Subrule 26.15 (1)

Form 26

the form Bankruptcy – Application for summons to examine relevant person or examinable person

Subrule 26.17 (1)

Form 25

the form Bankruptcy –
Summons for Examination

Paragraph 26.19 (1) (a)

a Bankruptcy Application in a Case in accordance with Form 22

the form Bankruptcy – Application in a Case

Subrule 26.19 (2)

Bankruptcy Application in a Case

form Bankruptcy – Application in a Case

Subrule 26.23 (2)

Form 27

the form Bankruptcy – Notice to creditors of annulment application

Subrule 26.28 (3)

Form 28

the form Bankruptcy – Arrest Warrant

Subrule 26.29 (1)

Form 29

the form Bankruptcy –Apprehension Warrant

Paragraph 26.31 (1) (b)

a Bankruptcy Application in a Case (Form 22)

the form Bankruptcy – Application in a Case

Schedule 1, subclause 3 (3)

(Form 11)

 

Dictionary, definition of Appeal Registry, paragraph (b)

(Form 20)

 

Dictionary, definition of Appeal Registry, note

Form 20

Notice of Appeal

Dictionary, definition of application, paragraph (a)

(Form 1)

 

Dictionary, definition of application, paragraph (b)

(Form 2)

 

Dictionary, definition of application, paragraph (c)

(Form 3)

 

Dictionary, definition of application, paragraph (d)

(Form 11)

 

Dictionary, definition of application, paragraph (e)

(Form 19)

 

Dictionary, definition of application, paragraph (f)

(Form 20)

 

Dictionary, definition of application, paragraph (g)

(see Form 1A or 2A)

(Response to an Application for Final Orders or Response to an Application in a Case)

Dictionary, definition of final order

(Form 1)

 

Dictionary, definition of hearing, paragraph (a)

(Form 2)

 

Dictionary, definition of hearing, paragraph (b)

(Form 3)

 

Dictionary, definition of Maintenance Application

(Form 1)

 

Dictionary, definition of Medical Procedure Application

(Form 1)

 

Dictionary, definition of trial

(Form 1)

 

Explanatory Guide, explanation of resolution phase

(Form 1)

 

Explanatory Guide, explanation of respondent

(Form 20)

 

Explanatory Guide, explanation of response

(Form 1) — Form 1A

— Response to an Application for Final Orders

 

(Form 2) — Form 2A

— Response to an Application in a Case

 

(Form 3) — Form 3A

— Response to an Application for Divorce

Explanatory Guide, exlanation of statement made on information and belief

(Form 2)

 

[66]         Explanatory Guide, explanation of parenting order

omit

for residence, contact,

insert

about the persons with whom a child lives, spends time or communicates with,

[67]         Explanatory Guide, explanation of parenting plan

after

child

insert

(see subsection 63C (1) of the Act)


Note

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