New South Wales Consolidated Regulations

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Written reasons for judgment

36.2 Written reasons for judgment

(cf SCR Part 40, rule 2; DCR Part 31, rule 9; LCR Part 26, rule 2)

(1) If the court gives any judgment, or makes any order or decision, and its reasons for the judgment, order or decision are reduced to writing, it is sufficient for the court to state its judgment, order or decision orally, without stating the reasons.
(2) After a judgment, order or decision has been stated orally under subrule (1), a written copy of it, including the court's reasons for it, must then be delivered to an associate, registrar or some other officer of the court for delivery to the parties or may instead be delivered directly to the parties.

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