(1) Nothing in this Part limits any power a court may have—
(a) to award costs in a proceeding—
(i) in the case of the Supreme Court, under section 24 of the Supreme Court Act 1986 or any rules of court; or
(ii) in the case of the County Court, under section 78A of the County Court Act 1958 or any rules of court; or
(iii) in the case of the Magistrates' Court, under section 131 of the Magistrates' Court Act 1989 or any rules of court; or
(b) to make any other order or give any other direction in relation to orders for costs or for the disclosure of costs; or
(c) to take any action that the court is empowered to take in relation to a contravention of an order made or a direction given by the court.
(2) Nothing in this Part limits—
(a) in the case of the Supreme Court, the Court's inherent jurisdiction, implied jurisdiction or statutory jurisdiction; or
(b) in the case of a court other than the Supreme Court, the court's implied jurisdiction or statutory jurisdiction; or
(c) any other powers of a court arising or derived from the common law or under any other Act (including any Commonwealth Act), rule of court, practice note or practice direction.
Ch. 4 Pt 4.6 (Heading and ss 65F– 65Q) inserted by No. 62/2012 s. 10.
Part 4.6—Expert witnesses and expert evidence
S. 65F inserted by No. 62/2012 s. 10.