Updates to Various Federal Court Forms

2 May 2019 

The Chief Justice has revoked a number of existing forms and has approved replacement forms.

Forms for the purposes of the Federal Court Rules 2011

The Chief Justice has revoked fifteen forms for the purposes of the Federal Court Rules 2011 and approved revised versions of them. The forms in question are:

Form NumberTitle of Form
Form 23Request for service in a foreign country
Form 27Request for local service of foreign judicial documents
Form 43BSubpoena to produce documents
Form 43CSubpoena to give evidence and produce documents
Form 44Subpoena – Declaration by addressee Notice to addressee
Form 59Affidavit
Form 79Originating application under the Fair Work Act 2009 alleging dismissal in contravention of a general protection
Form 80Originating application under the Fair Work Act 2009 alleging unlawful termination of employment
Form 81Originating application under the Fair Work Act 2009 alleging discrimination
Form 98ASubpoena to give evidence (New Zealand)
Form 98BSubpoena to produce documents (New Zealand)
Form 98CSubpoena to give evidence and produce documents (New Zealand)
Form 103Election petition (ATSI Act)
Form 123Notice of cross-appeal
Form 130Notice of objection to bill of costs

Moreover, the Chief Justice has revoked two existing forms for the purposes of the Federal Court Rules 2011 without approving revised versions of them. The forms in question are:

Form NumberTitle of Form
Form 88Information
Form 89Summons

 

Forms for the purposes of the Federal Court (Criminal Proceedings) Rules 2016

The Chief Justice has revoked four Criminal Proceedings forms for the purposes of the Federal Court (Criminal Proceedings) Rules 2016 and approved revised versions of them. The forms in question are:

Form NumberTitle of Form
Form CP9Affidavit
Form CP42Subpoena to produce a document or thing
Form CP43Subpoena to attend to give evidence and to produce a document or thing
Form CP44Subpoena – Notice and declaration by addressee

 

Scott Tredwell
Acting Deputy Principal Registrar