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FEDERAL COURT RULES 2011 - RULE 34.106

Withdrawal of a party

                   If a party to a main application, other than the applicant, wants to cease to be a party, the party must:

                     (a)  at any time before the first hearing of the proceeding--give written notice to the Court, in accordance with Form 106; or

                     (b)  in any other case--apply to the Court for leave to withdraw from the proceeding.

Note:          A party who gives notice to the Court under paragraph 34.106 (a) ceases to be a party to the proceeding--see section 84 (6) of the Native Title Act. For an application to replace an applicant, see section 66B of the Native Title Act.



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