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SUPREME COURT OF QUEENSLAND ACT 1991 - SCHEDULE 5

SCHEDULE 5 – Dictionary


"ADR convenor" ...

"ADR costs" ...

"ADR dispute" ...

"ADR process" ...

"approval" ...

"approved form" means a form approved by the rules committee under section 87 .

"authorised auditor" ...

"Business Names Register" means the register established and maintained under the Business Names Registration Act 2011 (Cwlth) , section 22 .

"case appraisal" ...

"case appraiser" ...

"Chief Justice" means the Chief Justice of Queensland.

"commission" ...

"condition" includes term.

"costs assessment" ...

"costs assessor" means—

(a) a registrar approved to assess costs under the Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 1999 ; or
(b) a person appointed to assess costs under the Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 1999 .

"court" ...

"dispute" ...

"division" means a division of the court.

"enforcement hearing" means a hearing to obtain information to facilitate the enforcement of a money order.

"enforcement officer" , for a court, means the sheriff, a deputy sheriff or a bailiff of the court.

"enforcement warrant" means a warrant to enforce an order (but not an order for the payment of an amount into court).

"exempt property" ...

"Full Court" means the Full Court of the Supreme Court, and includes the Supreme Court sitting as the Court of Criminal Appeal and the court as a court consisting of 2 or more judges.

"judge" means a judge of the court.

"judge of appeal" includes the President of the Court of Appeal.

"judicial registrar" ...

"lawyer" means an Australian lawyer who, under the Legal Profession Act 2007 , may engage in legal practice in this State.

"mediation" ...

"mediator" ...

"minor claim" ...

"minor debt claim" ...

"money order" means an order of the court, or part of an order of the court, for the payment of money, including an amount for damages, whether or not the amount is or includes an amount for interest or costs.

"money order debt" means the amount payable under a money order.

"non-money order" ...

"partnership" ...

"party" means a party to a dispute.

"person under a legal incapacity" means—
(a) a person with impaired capacity; or
(b) a young person.

"person with impaired capacity" means a person who is not capable of making the decisions required of a litigant for conducting proceedings or who is deemed by an Act to be incapable of conducting proceedings.

"practice list" means a list to which originating or other applications are assigned for hearing or another purpose, including, for example, case management.

"precincts" ...

"President" means the President of the Court of Appeal.

"proceeding" means a proceeding in a court (whether or not between parties), and includes—
(a) an incidental proceeding in the course of, or in connection with, a proceeding; and
(b) an appeal or stated case.

"referring order" ...

"registrar" includes the principal registrar.

"remuneration" includes salary, pension, leave of absence (whether annual leave, long leave or leave on account of illness or otherwise) and any other allowance, benefit or entitlement in respect of judicial service, whether paid or provided to a judge or his or her spouse, surviving spouse, child or estate or otherwise.

"rules" means rules of court of the court, and includes rules of court of the Court of Appeal and the Trial Division.

"rules committee" see section 89 .

"stated case" means—
(a) a case stated under an Act or the rules by the court in the Trial Division or a judge; or
(b) a case stated under an Act by another court or a judge of another court, or a justice or other person, for the opinion, decision, direction or determination of the court.

"Supreme Court Acts" ...

"Supreme Court jurisdiction Act" ...

"Supreme Court precincts" means any land or building, or the part of any land or building, used for the purposes of the court.

"this Act" ...

"trial judge" ...

"young person" means an individual who is under 18 years.



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