Federal Court – public holiday on 22 September

The Federal Court of Australia has advised that it will not sit on Thursday 22 September, the public holiday to mark a national day of mourning, unless a matter cannot be rescheduled and is of such urgency or necessity that would require a sitting on a public holiday.

Any decision to sit will be made by the docket judge or the judges of a Full Bench after consultation with the National Operations Registrar and the Chief Justice.  

If a party has any doubt as to their matter, enquiries should be made of the docket judge or the National Operations Registrar. Duty judges and duty registrars will remain available for urgent applications.

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