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FAMILY LAW REGULATIONS 1984 - REG 67N

Attendance of persons to give evidence

             (1)  An arbitrator conducting an arbitration may require a person (whether a party to the arbitration or not):

                     (a)  to attend the arbitration to give evidence; or

                     (b)  to produce documents; or

                     (c)  to attend the arbitration to give evidence and produce documents.

             (2)  A party to an arbitration may apply to the court for the issue of a subpoena requiring a person (whether a party to the arbitration or not):

                     (a)  to attend the arbitration to give evidence; or

                     (b)  to produce documents; or

                     (c)  to attend the arbitration to give evidence and produce documents.

             (3)  An application under subregulation (2) must be made in accordance with the applicable Rules of Court.

Note:          If a person does not comply with a requirement under subregulation (1), or a subpoena issued under subregulation (2), in relation to an arbitration, a court may make such orders as it considers appropriate to facilitate the effective conduct of the arbitration--see subsection 13E(2) of the Act in relation to arbitration under section 13E of the Act, and section 13F of the Act in relation to relevant property and financial arbitration.



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