Industrial Magistrates Courts (General Jurisdiction) Regulations 2005
Part 7-Orders and judgments


    40. Consent to orders or judgment

    (1) The parties may settle a case or consent to any other order by lodging a memorandum to that effect in the approved form, signed by each party.

    (2) The Court may give judgment or make an order in accordance with the memorandum of consent without the need for an appearance by the parties before the Court.

    (3) Where the Act or these regulations require the consent of one party before something can be done, that consent may be given by the party lodging a notice of consent to that effect in the approved form and signed by the party.



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