(1) Nothing in this Part limits any other power a court may have—
(a) in relation to case management, evidence or witnesses, including expert witnesses; or
(b) to take any action that the court is empowered to take in relation to a contravention of a direction given or an order made 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.
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