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Protection of conduct of judicial resolution conference

    (1)     Without limiting any other law, whether written or unwritten, a judicial officer performing duties in connection with any judicial resolution conference has the same protection and immunity as a Judge of the Supreme Court has in the performance of his or her duties as a Judge.

    (2)     Without limiting section 16 of the Evidence Act 2008 , a judicial officer is not compellable to give evidence in any proceeding, whether civil or criminal, of anything said or done or arising from the conduct of a judicial resolution conference.


See also sections 24A and 27A of the Supreme Court Act 1986 , sections 47B and 48C of the County Court Act 1958 and sections 108 and 108A of the Magistrates' Court Act 1989 .

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