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Federal Courts Rules

Version of section 382 from 2006-03-22 to 2007-09-26:


Marginal note:By whom status review conducted

  •  (1) A status review shall be conducted by a judge or prothonotary assigned for that purpose.

  • Marginal note:Powers of Court on status review

    (2) At a status review, the Court may

    • (a) require a plaintiff, applicant or appellant to show cause why the proceeding should not be dismissed for delay and, if it is not satisfied that the proceeding should continue, dismiss the proceeding;

    • (b) require a defendant or respondent to show cause why default judgment should not be entered and, if it is not satisfied that the proceeding should continue, grant judgment in favour of the plaintiff, applicant or appellant or order the plaintiff, applicant or appellant to proceed to prove entitlement to the judgment claimed; or

    • (c) if it is satisfied that the proceeding should continue, order that it continue as a specially managed proceeding and make an order under rule 385.

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