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Referral of questions about whether a party should cease to be a party

             (1)  A referral under section 94J of the Native Title Act must be in accordance with Form 110.

             (2)  The referral must be accompanied by all documents that are necessary to enable the Court to consider the question raised by the referral.

             (3)  The referral must be settled by the mediator.

             (4)  The mediator must provide a copy of the referral to each of the following:

                     (a)  the Registrar;

                     (b)  the party to whom the referral relates;

                     (c)  the applicant to the main application;

                     (d)  each State and Territory that has jurisdiction over the area to which the main application relates.

Note 1:       On receipt of the referral, the Registrar will fix a return date and place for hearing and endorse those details on the referral.

Note 2:       The Registrar will notify the person conducting the mediation and the parties mentioned in rule 34.117(4) of the return date and place.

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