(1) For an appeal under the AAT Act, the parties must address the matters mentioned in section 44AA(7) of that Act.
(2) For a proceeding, the parties must address the matters mentioned in section 32AB(6) of the Act.
(3) For an appeal under the AAT Act or a proceeding, the parties should address the following:
(a) whether the appeal or proceeding is likely to involve questions of general importance;
(b) whether it would be less expensive and more convenient to the parties if the appeal or proceeding were transferred;
(c) whether an appeal or proceeding would be determined more quickly if transferred;
(d) the wishes of the parties.
Note: If the Court makes an order transferring an appeal or proceeding to the Federal Circuit Court of Australia, a Registrar will send all documents filed and all orders made to the proper officer of the Federal Circuit Court of Australia.