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Tribunal can make order for costs in certain cases

    (1)     The Tribunal may make an order for costs against a party to an appeal if satisfied that:

        (a)     the party's conduct in the proceedings is or was frivolous or calculated to cause delay; or

        (b)     the party has, in the circumstances of the case, acted unreasonably.

    (2)     An order for costs awarded by the Tribunal may be entered in the records of the Local Court as if it were a judgment given in that Court for a debt due to the person to whom the costs were awarded and, on entry in those records, is enforceable under the Local Court (Civil Procedure) Act as such a judgment.

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