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Jurisdiction of Supreme Court of Territory

    The jurisdiction of the Supreme Court of the Territory extends to:

  (a)   matters in which an injunction or declaratory order or writ of mandamus, prohibition or certiorari is sought by the Commonwealth against the Territory or an officer of the Territory;

  (b)   matters in which a writ of mandamus or prohibition or an injunction is sought against the Commonwealth or an officer of the Commonwealth, being matters arising in, or under the laws in force in, the Territory; and

  (c)   matters in which the Supreme Court of the Territory would, but for the repeal of the Northern Territory Supreme Court Act 1961 , have jurisdiction by virtue of subsection   15(2) of that Act.

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