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NSW Federal Circuit Court Property Settlement

Discussion in 'Property Law Forum' started by Kim Del'Monte, 18 August 2015.

  1. Kim Del'Monte

    Kim Del'Monte Member

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    If a case is listed before a federal circuit court magistrate for mention, can they make a final ruling then if they decide, and if not, can I apply to have the case listed as a final hearing?
     
  2. IsobelB

    IsobelB Active Member

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    Hi Kim,

    Yes, at a first mention the Court may:
    • give directions;
    • conduct an interim hearing;
    • finalise the application; or
    • fix a date for an interim or final hearing.
    The first mention also gives you the opportunity to define the issues in dispute and, where possible, reach an agreement.
     

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