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SUPREME COURT ACT 1935 - SECT 62C

62C—Establishment of Land and Valuation Court

        (1)         There shall be a court entitled the "Land and Valuation Court" which shall be a division of the Supreme Court of South Australia.

        (2)         The Court shall be constituted of a judge upon whom the jurisdiction of the Court has, in accordance with this section, been conferred.

        (3)         The Governor may, by proclamation, confer the jurisdiction of the Court upon any judge of the Supreme Court.

        (3a)         The Governor may, by proclamation, divest any judge of the jurisdiction of the Court and confer that jurisdiction upon any other judge.

        (4)         Where—

            (a)         the judge upon whom the jurisdiction of the Court has been conferred deems it improper or undesirable that he should hear and determine any proceeding before the Court, or he is, by reason of ill health or any other cause, unable, wholly or in part, to perform the duties of his office; or

            (b)         the Governor is of the opinion that it is in the interests of the administration of justice to do so,

the Governor may, by proclamation confer temporarily or permanently the jurisdiction of the Court upon any additional judge.

        (5)         A judge upon whom the jurisdiction of the Court has been conferred is not thereby precluded from performing and discharging any other functions and duties of a judge of the Supreme Court.



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