Industrial Magistrates Courts (General Jurisdiction) Regulations 2005
Part 2-Courts functions generally


    6. Court may act on its own initiative

    (1) A Court may exercise its powers on the application of a party or on its own initiative unless these regulations or another written law provides otherwise.

    (2) A Court may make an order on its own initiative with or without

    (a) allowing the parties to make submissions; or

    (b) hearing the parties.

    (3) If the Court decides to allow the parties to make submissions before making an order on its own initiative, it must notify each party likely to be affected by the order of how and when the submissions are to be made.

    (4) If the Court decides to hear the parties before making an order on its own initiative, it must notify each party likely to be affected by the order of the time and place of the hearing.



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