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FAMILY LAW RULES 2004 - RULE 22.14

Application of Part 22.3

                   This Part applies to the following appeals:

                     (a)  an appeal to the Full Court:

                              (i)  from an order of a Judge or Judges of a Family Court exercising the original jurisdiction of the court; or

                             (ii)  under subsection 94(1AA) of the Act;

                     (b)  an appeal to the Full Court from an order of the Federal Circuit Court or a Family Law Magistrate of Western Australia, when the jurisdiction of the court in relation to the appeal is to be exercised by the Full Court;

                     (c)  an appeal to the Full Court from a single Judge of a Supreme Court of a State or Territory.

Note:          On the filing of an appeal from an order of the Federal Circuit Court or a Family Law Magistrate of Western Australia, the Chief Justice must decide whether the jurisdiction of the Family Court is to be exercised by the Full Court or a single Judge. There is no right to an appeal against this decision.

                   If the appeal is to be heard by:

(a)    a Full Court--Part 22.3 applies; and

(b)    a single Judge--Part 22.4 applies.

                   The Regional Appeal Registrar will give the parties to the appeal written notice of which Part of these Rules apply.



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