Family Law Rules ~ Chapter 26B

This form is used to make an application after an Initiating Application (Family Law) has been filed at the Court and the case is then referred by consent order of the Court to an arbitrator, or when there are no pending court proceedings pursuant to Part VIII or Part VIII AB of the Family Law Act 1975, but there is a relevant property or financial arbitration and a party to it want the court to make orders as it considers appropriate to facilitate the effective conduct of the arbitration.

  • If you are a party to the arbitration or the Arbitrator and seeking orders you can only file this form if the Family Law Act, Regulations and Family Law Rules do not specify and require that a different form must be used (see Part 111B-Div 4 ss 13E-13K inclusive, Family Law Regulations 1984 Part 5 – Arbitration and Family Law Rules 2004, Chapter 26B).
  • You must file an affidavit with this application.

What is filed in response

A Response to an Application in an Arbitration

 

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