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FAMILY LAW RULES 2004 - RULE 22.01

Application of Chapter 22

             (1)  This Chapter applies to the following appeals:

                     (a)  an appeal to the Full Court from an order of a Judge or Judges of the Family Court, a Family Court of a State or a Supreme Court of a State or Territory;

                     (b)  an appeal to the Family Court from an order of the Federal Circuit Court  (whether heard by the Full Court or a single Judge);

                     (c)  an appeal to the Family Court from an order of a Family Law Magistrate of Western Australia (whether heard by the Full Court or a single Judge);

                     (d)  an appeal to a single Judge of the Family Court from an order of a court of summary jurisdiction.

             (2)  This Chapter does not apply to the following appeals:

                     (a)  an appeal from an assessment or decision under the Assessment Act or the Registration Act that was not made by a court (see Division 4.2.5);

                     (b)  a review of an order of a Judicial Registrar or Registrar to a Judge of a Family Court (see Chapter 18).

   

Note:   A person needs the court's permission to appeal from:

            (a)     an interlocutory order, other than an interlocutory order relating to a child welfare matter, of a Family Court, the Federal Circuit Court or a Family Law Magistrate of Western Australia (see subsection 94AA(1) of the Act and regulation 15A of the Regulations); or

            (b)     an order, made by a court, mentioned in section 102, 102A or 105 of the Assessment Act or section 107, 107A or 110 of the Registration Act .



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