(1) The power to make rules of court conferred by section 123 of the Family Law Act 1975 extends to making rules of court:
(a) with respect to proceedings, and the practice and procedure, of the Family Court under the Corporations legislation; and
(b) with respect to any matter or thing that is:
(i) required or permitted by the Corporations legislation to be prescribed by rules within the meaning of the Corporations legislation; or
(ii) necessary or convenient to be prescribed by such rules for carrying out or giving effect to the Corporations legislation; and
(c) without limitation, with respect to costs, and with respect to rules about meetings ordered by the Family Court.
(2) In this section:
"Corporations legislation" does not include rules of court.