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COURT PROCEDURES RULES 2006 (NO 29 OF 2006) - REG 1611

Orders—by consent

(SCR o 42 r 11; Qld r 666)

    (1)     The registrar may make an order in a proceeding if—

    (a)     the parties affected by the order consent to the order; and

    (b)     the registrar considers it appropriate.

Note     Order is defined in the dictionary to include a judgment, direction or decision of the court (see also def made ).

    (2)     A party affected by the order may file a draft order for settling by the registrar.

    (3)     The draft order must include a statement signed by the parties affected by the order that the parties consent to the order.

    (4)     If a draft order is filed under this rule, the registrar

    (a)     may approve the draft with or without amendment; and

    (b)     must enter the order on the filing of the final order in accordance with the approved draft.

    (5)     An order made under this rule has effect as if it had been made by the court on the day it is entered under this rule.



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