Supreme Court Rules
In some cases, including most of Chapter I, the Rules are common to both the Supreme and County Courts of Victoria.
The Rules set out the practice and procedure of the Court. They are written by the Court's Judges. Common law and Acts of Parliament also impact on the Court's practice and procedure.
Each Chapter comprises a number of Orders, and each Order is made up of a number of Rules. Chapter I is the largest and comprises 81 Orders. From time to time, the Rules are added to, revoked, and modified.
The Rules are an important guide to practitioners and others involved in proceedings before the Court. Registry staff may be able to assist people enquiring about the application of particular Rules.
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Rules of the Supreme Court
|Chapter I||Supreme Court (General Civil Procedure) Rules 2005|
|Chapter II||Supreme Court (Miscellaneous Civil Proceedings) Rules 2008|
|Chapter III||Supreme Court (Administration and Probate) Rules 2004|
|Chapter IV||Supreme Court (Adoption) Rules 2005|
|Chapter V||Supreme Court (Corporations) Rules 2013|
|Chapter VI||Supreme Court (Criminal Procedure) Rules 2008|
|Chapter VII||Supreme Court (Admiralty) Rules 2010|
|Chapter VIII||Supreme Court (Intellectual Property) Rules 2006|
|Constitution Act 1975|
|Supreme Court Act 1986|