At the hearing of the application, the Court must:
(a) inform the respondent of the allegation; and
(b) ask the respondent whether the respondent wishes to admit or deny the allegation; and
(c) hear any evidence supporting the allegation; and
(d) ask the respondent to state the response to the allegation; and
(e) hear any evidence for the respondent; and
(f) determine the proceeding.
Note: For the orders that may be made by the Court, see sections 67X, 70NBA, 70NCB, 70NDB, 70NDC, 70NEB, 70NFB, 70NFF, 112AD, 112AH and 112AP of the Family Law Act.