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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN CIVIL AND ADMINISTRATIVE TRIBUNAL ACT 2013 (NO 59 OF 2013)


TABLE OF PROVISIONS

           Long Title

   PART 1--Preliminary

   1.      Short title
   2.      Commencement
   3.      Interpretation
   4.      Relevant Acts prevail

   PART 2--South Australian Civil and Administrative Tribunal Division 1--Establishment of Tribunal

   5.      Establishment of Tribunal
   6.      Jurisdiction of Tribunal
   7.      Tribunal to operate throughout State Division 2--Main objectives of Tribunal
   8.      Main objectives of Tribunal Division 3--Members of Tribunal Subdivision 1--The members
   9.      The members Subdivision 2--The President
   10.     Appointment of President
   11.     President's functions generally
   12.     Acting President Subdivision 3--The Deputy Presidents
   13.     Number of Deputy Presidents
   14.     Appointment of Deputy Presidents
   15.     Deputy President's functions generally
   16.     Acting Deputy Presidents
   17.     Supplementary Deputy Presidents Subdivision 4--Magistrates
   18.     Magistrates Subdivision 5--Senior members and ordinary members
   19.     Appointment of senior members and ordinary members
   20.     Member ceasing to hold office and suspension
   21.     Supplementary members Subdivision 6--Assessors
   22.     Assessors Division 4--Constitution of Tribunal and its decision-making processes
   23.     Constitution of Tribunal
   24.     Who presides at proceedings of Tribunal
   25.     Decision if 2 or more members constitute Tribunal
   26.     Determination of questions of law Division 5--Related matters
   27.     Streams
   28.     Validity of acts of Tribunal
   29.     Disclosure of interest by members of Tribunal
   30.     Delegation

   PART 3--Jurisdiction Division 1--Preliminary

   31.     Sources of jurisdiction
   32.     Kinds of jurisdiction Division 2--Original jurisdiction
   33.     Original jurisdiction Division 3--Review jurisdiction
   34.     Decisions within review jurisdiction
   35.     Decision-maker must assist Tribunal
   36.     Effect of review proceedings on decision being reviewed
   37.     Decision on review
   38.     Tribunal may invite decision-maker to reconsider decision

   PART 4--Principles, powers and procedures Division 1--Principles governing hearings

   39.     Principles governing hearings Division 2--Evidentiary powers
   40.     Power to require person to give evidence or to produce evidentiary material
   41.     Entry and inspection of property
   42.     Expert reports Division 3--Procedures
   43.     Practice and procedure generally
   44.     Directions for conduct of proceedings
   45.     Consolidating and splitting proceedings
   46.     More appropriate forum
   47.     Dismissing proceedings on withdrawal or for want of prosecution
   48.     Frivolous, vexatious or improper proceedings
   49.     Proceedings being conducted to cause disadvantage Division 4--Conferences, mediation and settlement
   50.     Conferences
   51.     Mediation
   52.     Settling proceedings Division 5--Parties
   53.     Parties
   54.     Person may be joined as party
   55.     Intervening Division 6--Representation
   56.     Representation Division 7--Costs
   57.     Costs
   58.     Costs--related matters Division 8--Other procedural and related provisions
   59.     Sittings
   60.     Hearings in public
   61.     Preserving subject matter of proceedings
   62.     Security as to costs etc
   63.     Interlocutory orders
   64.     Conditional, alternative and ancillary orders and directions
   65.     Special referees
   66.     Relief from time limits
   67.     Electronic hearings and proceedings without hearings
   68.     Completion of part-heard matters
   69.     Other claims of privilege

   PART 5--Reviews and appeals Division 1--Internal reviews

   70.     Internal reviews Division 2--Appeals
   71.     Appeals Division 3--Related matters
   72.     Reservation of questions of law
   73.     Effect of review or appeal on decision

   PART 6--Staff Division 1--Registrars

   74.     Registrars
   75.     Functions of registrars
   76.     Delegation Division 2--Other staff of Tribunal
   77.     Other staff of Tribunal Division 3--Use of services or staff
   78.     Use of services or staff

   PART 7--Miscellaneous

   79.     Immunities
   80.     Protection from liability for torts
   81.     Protection for compliance with Act
   82.     Alternative orders and relief
   83.     Power to cure irregularities
   84.     Correcting mistakes
   85.     Tribunal may review its decision if person was absent
   86.     Tribunal may authorise person to take evidence
   87.     Miscellaneous provisions relating to legal process and service
   88.     Proof of decisions and orders of Tribunal
   89.     Enforcement of decisions and orders of Tribunal
   90.     Accessibility of evidence
   91.     Costs of proceedings
   92.     Annual report
   93.     Additional reports
   94.     Rules
   95.     Regulations
   96.     Review


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