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FEDERAL COURT RULES 2011 (SLI NO 134 OF 2011) - RULE 41.69

Record of registered judgments

                The Registrar must maintain a record of the following particulars of each registered judgment:

                (a)    the details of the judgment of the original court;

               (b)    the date of the order that the judgment be registered;

                (c)    in relation to the judgment creditor -- the full name and address of the judgment creditor or the name and address of the judgment creditor's lawyer or agent on whom a document can be served;

               (d)    in relation to the party against whom the judgment is enforceable -- the full name, occupation and last-known address of the party;

                (e)    if the judgment is a money judgment:

                          (i)    the sum expressed in the currency in which the judgment is registered; and

                         (ii)    the interest (if any) due under the judgment up to the time of registration; and

                        (iii)    the rate at which the registered judgment carries interest;

                (f)    if the judgment is a non-money judgment -- the terms of the judgment;

               (g)    the costs of, and incidental to, the registration that are included in the registered judgment;

               (h)    the particulars of any enforcement or proceeding in relation to the registered judgment.

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