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FAMILY LAW RULES 2004 - RULE 22.26

Procedural orders for conduct of appeal

             (1)  The procedural orders made by a Judge or Regional Appeal Registrar in chambers under subrule 22.24(2) or at a procedural hearing may include orders about the following:

                     (a)  whether an appeal book is required for the hearing of the appeal and, if so, whether rules 22.18, 22.19 and 22.20 are to apply with or without any variation;

                     (b)  if an appeal book is not required, the arrangements for ensuring that the documents mentioned in rule 22.27 are before the court at the hearing of the appeal;

                     (c)  a timetable for the party responsible to file and serve:

                              (i)  the reasons for judgment of the Judge of the Federal Circuit Court or of the Family Law Magistrate of Western Australia and those parts of the transcript of the hearing likely to be relevant to the appeal;

                             (ii)  a list of documents to be relied on, or an appeal book;

                            (iii)  a summary of argument; and

                            (iv)  a list of authorities to be relied on;

                     (d)  a date for the hearing of the appeal.

             (2)  A summary of argument filed by a party as required by an order made under subparagraph (1)(c)(iii) must comply with subrule 22.22(2).



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