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A notice to the profession has been issued advising changes to in-person hearings.

It is no longer necessary to make applications for in-person hearings in any matter before the Court.

The Court will operate on a series of default positions and exceptions set out in a notice to the profession authorised by the Chief Justice.

Where a matter is to proceed in-person in the Common Law Division or Commercial Court, parties are requested to complete and submit an in-person hearing form to assist in the allocation of courtrooms.

Read the Notice to the Profession: In-Person Hearings.

Published on 17 May 2021