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FEDERAL COURT RULES 2011 - RULE 42.11

Procedure generally

             (1)  If a party alleges that a contempt has been committed by a person in connection with a proceeding in the Court, an application for punishment for the alleged contempt must be made by the party by interlocutory application in the proceeding.

             (2)  If it is alleged that a contempt has been committed by a person, but not in connection with a proceeding in the Court, the proceeding for punishment of the alleged contempt must be started by filing an originating application as a substantive proceeding.



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