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Power to resolve transitional difficulties in proceeding

    (1)     If any difficulty arises because of the operation of this Act in relation to a proceeding to which this Part applies, a Court or VCAT may make any order it considers appropriate to resolve the difficulty.

    (2)     An order made under subsection (1)—

        (a)     may be made on application of a party to the proceeding or on the Court's or VCAT's own motion, as the case requires; and

        (b)     has effect despite any provision to the contrary made by or under any Act (other than the Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities Act 2006 ).

Pt 13 (Heading and ss 102–137) repealed by No. 42/2014 s. 137.

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