(1) For section 35A(1)(h) of the Act, the following powers of the Court are prescribed:
(a) a power of the Court under a provision of an Act mentioned in column 2 of an item in Schedule 2;
(b) a power of the Court under a provision of these Rules mentioned in column 2 of an item in Schedule 2;
(c) the power of the Court to receive evidence on any application that a Registrar is empowered to decide;
(d) if the parties consent in writing:
(i) the power of the Court under section 23 of the Act to make an order for the dismissal of a proceeding and to make an order for the payment of costs;
(ii) the power of the Court under section 53A of the Act to make an order referring a proceeding to arbitration.
(e) the power of the Court under section 20A(2) of the Act to deal with a matter without an oral hearing.
(2) A description in column 3 of an item in Schedule 2 is for information only.
(3) A Registrar may only exercise the power referred to in paragraph (1)(e) if:
(a) the requirements of sections 20A(2)(a) to (c) of the Act are met; and
(i) the application was made without notice; or
(ii) the parties to the proceeding consent.
Note 1: For the powers of the Court that may, if the Court so directs, be exercised by a Registrar, see section 35A(1) of the Act.
Note 2: Without notice is defined in the Dictionary.
Note 3: See also the following:
(a) sections 35A(1)(a) to (g) of the Act;
(b) rule 16.1 and Schedule 2 to the Corporations Rules;
(c) rule 2.02 and Schedule 1 to the Bankruptcy Rules;
(d) rule 1.10 of the Federal Court (Criminal Proceedings) Rules 2016 .