Court Rules - Acts - Regulations
Proceedings in the Federal Court are regulated by the Federal Court Act. The Act permits the judges of the Federal Court or a majority of them to make rules of court not inconsistent with the Federal Court Act. These rules provide for the practice and procedure to be followed in the court and the registries, as well as matters incidental to the practices or procedures.
Federal Court Rules
The rules provide the procedural framework within which matters are commenced and conducted in the Federal Court.
Select from the following - links are to the Federal Register of Legislation website.
- Federal Court and Federal Circuit and Family Court Regulations 2022
- Native Title (Federal Court) Regulations 1998
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