Rule 833 makes reference to the Court, and that is clearly a reference back to those Courts referred in the preceding rules, in part 4, but also rule 3 of the rules is relevant. A justice of the peace (JP) is a judicial officer of a lower or puisne court, elected or appointed by means of a commission (letters patent) to keep the peace.In past centuries the term commissioner of the peace was often used with the same meaning.  Search by keyword. Online application to reschedule a court event now available for Childrens Court (Magistrate) Youth Justice matters; Management of contravention proceedings under the Dangerous Prisoners (Sexual Offenders) Act 2003; Supreme Court Practice Direction 1 of 2021; Magistrates Courts – Greater Brisbane COVID-19 response eased In Queensland, the rules were intended to be "uniform, so far as practicable, for all three courts in the State stream" – that is, to unify the procedure of the Supreme, District and Magistrates Court, not participate in a cooperative federalism effort like the Uniform Evidence Acts. Most criminal cases are first heard in this court in some form. Each Court is independent of the Queensland Department of Justice and Attorney-General and Queensland Government. Forms prescribed by a broad range of legislation and utilised by client of Queensland Courts. Magistrates Court Act 1921, s 4 Personal Property Securities Act 2009 (Cth), ss 5, 10, 110, 115, 123, 128, 142, 207 Supreme Court Act 1991 Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 1999 Magistrates Courts Rules 1922 and 1960 CASES: Binskin v Kangaroo Transport Pty Ltd (1990) 12 MVR 499 Cavanagh v Sach (1877) 3 VLR (L) 259 Frigger v Nigram [2005] WADC 127 transferred to another Magistrates Court under the rules. © The State of Queensland (Queensland Courts) 2011–2021, Court ordered immediate parole eligibility, Planning and Environment Court Rules 2018, Uniform Civil Procedure (Fees) Regulation 2009, Environmental Protection (Air) Policy 2008, Environmental Protection (Noise) Policy 2008, Environmental Protection (Waste Management) Policy 2000, Environmental Protection (Waste Management) Regulation 2000, Environmental Protection (Water) Policy 2009, Local Government (Chinatown and The Valley Malls) Act 1984, Local Government (Queen Street Mall) Act 1981, Local Government (Robina Central Planning Agreement) Act 1992, State Development and Public Works Organisation Act 1971, Transport Operations (Passenger Transport) Act 1994, Urban Land Development Authority Act 2007, Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008, Requesting a lengthy review or minor change hearing, Seeking a consent order from ADR Registrar, COVID-19 response - Planning and Environment Court, Information and resources for going to court, Consolidated Practice Directions of the Land Court, Appealing from Magistrates to District Court, Information for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander participants, COVID-19 response - Drug and Alcohol Court, Coronial investigations - information for family and friends, About Childrens Court (Magistrates Court), About Childrens Court of Queensland (District Court), Judicial education - Domestic and family violence. As of 1 March 2021, all Magistrates Court civil procedure applications and forms (Excludes: Restraining Order applications, Extraordinary Driver's Licence applications. Court can be stressful. The judiciary of Australia comprises judges who sit in federal courts and courts of the States and Territories of Australia.The High Court of Australia sits at the apex of the Australian court hierarchy as the ultimate court of appeal on matters of both federal and State law.. SCHEDULE 2 – Scale of costs—Magistrates Courts Part 1 - General 1 Costs allowed for counsel and solicitor or clerk (1) The costs of or incidental to the attendance of both counsel and a solicitor during a trial are not to be allowed unless a court certifies that the attendance of both counsel and solicitor was necessary. of Court and rules of practice in the District Court, and if there is no such provision, then the Court shall dispose of the case in such manner as the Court deems best calculated to promote the ends of justice. That same provision and s 22A of the Justices Act provide a Magistrates Court with jurisdiction to hear minor criminal offences. 249 results found… Over 95 per cent of all criminal cases are dealt with in the magistrates’ court.Magistrates hear less serious criminal cases including motoring offences, commit to higher courts serious cases such as rape and murder, consider bail applications, deal with fine enforcement and grant search warrant and right of entry applications. I have read and understood the Conditions of Use for the eCourts Portal and agree to those conditions. The large number of courts in Australia have different procedural powers and characteristics, different … The Magistrates Court of Queensland is the lowest court in the court hierarchy of Queensland, Australia. The Magistrates' Court is the first level of Victoria's court system. Rule 975B - REPEALED by 4 of 2018, 2005/01 - Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 1999. © The State of Queensland (Queensland Courts) 2011–2021, 2020/08 - Repeal of Practice Directions – Queensland Magistrates Early Referral into Treatment (QMERIT) Program and Queensland Integrated Court Referrals (Repeals 1 of 2016 and 4 of 2016), 2020/07 - Online Court Event Applications - Repeals 5 of 2014, 2020/06 - COVID-19 court arrangements - Repeals 4 of 2020 from 14 June 2020 and commences on 15 June 2020 - Amended, 2020/05 - COVID-19 court arrangements - repeals 3 of 2020 from 14 June 2020 and commences on 15 June 2020, 2020/04 - Court arrangements (COVID-19) in the Childrens Court when constituted by a Magistrate - Amended, 2020/03 and 04 - Notice in accordance with paragraph 6 of Practice Direction No. Form - Admissions - Mover nomination. Rule 975B - REPEALED by 4 of 2018, 2005/01B - Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 1999. Find support. Court documents are dealt with in rule 961 of the UCPR. ORIGINATING COURT: Magistrates Court at Brisbane DELIVERED ON: 14 March 2014 DELIVERED AT: Brisbane HEARING DATE: 18 February 2014 MAGISTRATE: The Honourable Judge Carmody QC ORDER: 1. To help you figure out whether you have the right to appeal, the process to follow, and the court’s expectations, see the following list of relevant state legislation. The Industrial Magistrates court is established by section 289 of the IR Act8. On 24 August 2018, amendments to the Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 1999 (Qld) (UCPR) came into effect, changing the way subpoenas are issued and operate in Queensland. Magistrates Court. 3 of 2020 (amended) and paragraph 4 of Practice Direction 4 of 2020 (amended), 2020/03 - Court arrangements COVID-19 - Amended and 2020/04 - Court arrangements (COVID-19) in the Childrens Court when constituted by a Magistrates - Amended; Guidelines for Criminal Proceedings, 2020/03 - Court arrangements (COVID-19) - Amended - Repeals 2/2020, 2020/03 - Court arrangements (COVID-19) - Amended - North Coast Region Magistrates Court - (Maroochydore Nambour, Noosa, Caloundra and Gympie Courts) - Protocol for having matters listed - REPEALED by practice direction 2020/05, 2020/03 - Court arrangements (COVID-19) - Amended - North Coast Region Magistrates Court - (Maroochydore Nambour, Noosa, Caloundra and Gympie Courts) - Domestic Violence Protocol - REPEALED by practice direction 2020/05, 2020/03 - Court arrangements (COVID-19) - Amended - Guidelines for civil proceedings (Brisbane) - REPEALED by practice direction 2020/05, 2020/03 - Court arrangements (COVID-19) - Amended - Guidelines for Cairns and Far North Queensland - REPEALED by practice direction 2020/05, 2020/02 - Court arrangements (COVID-19) - REPEALED by 2020/03, 2020/01 - Designation of court holidays - Registry - 21 December 2020 to 1 January 2021, 2019/03 - Use of video-link or audio-link appearances in the Childrens Court when constituted by a Magistrate, 2019/02 - Designation of court holidays - Registry - 23 December 2019 to 3 January 2020, 2019/01 - Magistrates Court closure – Ingham, Palm Island, Townsville - Registry closure - February 2019 - Amended, 2018/06 - Application for an extension of a court assessment order, 2018/05 - Registry to compile list of outstanding offences - Amended, 2018/04 - Repeal of practice directions - electronic filing of documents in the Magistrates Court, 2018/03 - Non-party access to bail files before hearing, 2018/02 - Designation of court holidays – Registry – 24 December 2018, 2018/01 - Referral to the Drug and Alcohol Court – Drug and Alcohol Treatment Order (Treatment Order) - Amended, 2017/07 - Mental Health Act 2016 proceedings in the Childrens Court when constituted by a Magistrate, 2017/06 - Engaging interpreters for domestic and family violence civil proceedings in Magistrates Court, 2017/05 - Applications made under the Peace and Good Behaviour Act 1982, 2017/04 - Designation of court holidays - Registry - 26 December 2017 to 5 January 2018, 2017/03 - Designation of court holidays - Registry - Thursday 30 March 2017, 2017/02 - Case conferences and callovers to conclusion in criminal matters in the Childrens Court, 2017/01 - Mental Health Act 2016 proceedings in the Magistrates Courts - Amended, 2016/04 - Queensland Integrated Court Referrals - Amended (Repealed by 8 of 2020), 2016/03 - Designation of court holidays - Registry - 26 December 2016 to 6 January 2017, 2016/02 - Queensland Murri Court - Amended, 2016/01 - Queensland Magistrates Early Referral Into Treatment (QMERIT) Program - Repeals 2/2008 - AMENDED (Repealed by 8 of 2020), 2015/03 - Proceedings using video link facilities and audio link facilities, 2015/01 - Designation of court holidays - Registry - 21 December 2015 to 1 January 2016, 2014/06 - Bail proceedings using video link facilities and audio link facilities - Amended - Repeals 14/2013 - REPEALED by 3/2015, 2014/05 - Electronic adjournments for committal and summary callovers - REPEALED by 7 of 2020, 2014/04 - Serious drug offence certificates, 2014/03 - Management of controlled items in court precincts - Amended, 2014/02 - Designation of Court Holiday - Registry - 22 December 2014 to 2 January 2015, 2014/01 - Electronic devices in courtrooms - Amended, 2013/21 - Contested bail applications - amended 28 November 2014, 2013/20 - Designation of Court Holidays - Registry - 23 December 2013 to 3 January 2014 - Repeals Practice Direction 18/2013, 2013/18 - Designation of Court holidays - Registry - 23 December 2013 to 1 January 2014 - REPEALED by Practice direction 20/2013, 2013/17 - Proceedings for damages for personal injuries arising out of motor vehicle accidents against Suncorp Metway Insurance Limited or Australian Associated Motor Insurers Limited: Substitution of AAI Limited, 2013/16 - Recording devices in courtrooms (Amends 4/2009 and 4/2004) (Repeals 5/2001) - REPEALED by Practice direction 2014/01, 2013/14 - Bail applications by remote communication device - Queensland Magistrates Courts - REPEALED by Practice direction 6/2014, 2013/13- Bail applications by remote communication device - Southport, Maroochydore and Townsville, 2013/12 - Bail applications by remote communication device - Brisbane, Ipswich and Mackay, 2013/11 - Bail applications by remote communication device - Mackay, Proserpine and Cairns, 2013/10 - Bail applications by remote communication device - Toowoomba Magistrates Court, 2013/09 - Bail applications by remote communication device - Toowoomba Magistrates Court, 2013/08 - Bail applications by remote communication device - Maroochydore and Caboolture Magistrates Court (AMENDS 2012/30), 2013/07 - Bail applications by remote communication device - Ipswich Magistrates Court, 2013/06 - Change of address - McCormicks Law, 2013/05 - Bail applications by remote communication device - Roma Magistrates Court, 2013/04 - Bail applications by remote communication device - Brisbane Magistrates Court, 2013/03 - Bail application by remote communication device - Magistrates Court Townsville, 2013/02 - Bail application by remote communication device - Magistrates Court Ipswich, 2013/01 - Bail application by remote communication device - Magistrates Court Ipswich, 2012/30 - Bail application by remote communication device - Maroochydore and Caboolture Magistraes Courts - REPEALED by Practice Direction 2013/08, 2012/29 - Changes of Name in accordance with Practice Directions of the Supreme Court, 2012/28 - Bail applications by remote communication device 2012-13 Christmas New Year, 2012/27 - Designation of court holidays – Christmas/New Year closure – 2012/13, 2012/26 - Party transferring business; substitution of transferee, 2012/25 - Designation of court holidays - Christmas / New Year closure 2012/13, 2012/24 - Bail applications made by remote communications device - Ipswich Magistrates Court, 2012/23 - Bail applications by remote communication device - Brisbane Central Magistrates Court, 2012/22 - Judicial Registrars - Power concerning prescribed applications and matters (Repeals 1 of 2008), 2012/21 - Bail applications by remote communication device - Townsville Magistrates Court, 2012/19 - Bail applications by remote communication device - Ipswich Magistrates Court, 2012/18 - Electronic filing of documents - REPEALED by 4 of 2018, 2012/17 - Bail applications by remote communications device – Townsville Magistates Court, 2012/16 - Bail applications by remote communication device - Townsville Magistrates Court, 2012/15 - Bail applications by remote communication device - Maroochydore and Caboolture Magistrates Courts, 2012/14 - Bail applications by remote communications device – Townsville Magistrates Court, 2012/13 - Bail applications by remote communication device - Ipswich Magistrates Court, 2012/12 - Bail applications by remote communication device - Townsville Magistrates Court, 2012/09 - Bail applications by remote communication device - Ipswich Magistrates Court, 2012/08 - Bail applications by remote communication device - Townsville Magistrates Court, 2012/07 - Bail applications by remote communication device - Brisbane Magistrates Court, 2012/06 - Bail applications by remote communication device - Southport Magistrates Court, 2012/05 - Bail applications by remote communication device - Toowoomba Magistrates Court, 2012/04 - Bail applications by remote communication device - Townsville Magistrates Court, 2012/03 Bail applications by remote communication device - Townsville Magistrates Court, 2012/02 - Bail applications by remote communication device - Maroochydore and Caboolture Magistrates Court - AMENDS Practice Direction 2011/28, 2012/01 - Bail applications by remote communication device - Ipswich Magistrates Court, 2011/29 - Bail applications by remote communication device – Townsville Magistrates Court, 2011/28 - Bail applications by remote communication device – Maroochydore and Caboolture Magistrates Courts - AMENDED by Practice Direction 2012/02, 2011/27 - Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 1999 - REPEALED by 4 of 2018, 2011/26 - Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 1999 - Christmas closure, 2011/25 - Bail applications by remote communication device, 2011/24 - Bail applications by remote communication device - Townsville Magistrates Court, 2011/23 - Bail applications by remote communication device – Ipswich Magistrates Court, 2011/21 - Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 1999 - REPEALED by 4 of 2018, 2011/20 - Bail applications by remote communication device - Coolangatta Magistrates Court, 2011/19 - Bail applications by remote communication device - Townsville Magistrates Court, 2011/18 - Bail applications by remote communication device – Maroochydore and Caboolture Magistrates Courts, 2011/17 - Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 1999 - REPEALED by 4 of 2018, 2011/16 - Bail applications by remote communication device – Ipswich Magistrates Court, 2011/15 - Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 1999 - REPEALED by 4 of 2018, 2011/14 - Bail applications by remote communication device – Ipswich Magistrates Court, 2011/13 - Notice of change of name - Notice of address for service, 2011/12 - Bail applications by remote communication device – Persons refused bail by police in the Charters Towers and Hughenden Magistrates Court districts, 2011/11 - Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 1999 - REPEALED by 4 of 2018, 2011/10 - Bail applications by remote communication device – Southport Magistrates Court, 2011/09 - Bail applications by remote communication device – Ipswich Magistrates Court, 2011/08 - Bail applications by remote communication device – Ipswich Magistrates Court, 2011/07 - Bail applications by remote communication device – Ipswich Magistrates Court, 2011/06 - Bail applications by remote communication device – Ipswich Magistrates Court, 2011/05 - Bail applications by remote communication device – Ipswich Magistrates Court, 2011/04 - Bail applications by remote communication device – Townsville Magistrates Court, 2011/03 - Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 1999 - REPEALED by 4 of 2018, 2011/02 - Bail applications by remote communication device – Maroochydore and Caboolture Magistrates Courts, 2011/01 - Approval of approved entity for electronic filing - REPEALED by 4 of 2018, 2010/25A - Special Circumstances Court Diversion Program - Annexure - Repealed on 26/06/2017, 2010/25 - Special Circumstances Court Diversion Program - Repealed on 26/06/2017, 2010/24 - Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 1999 - REPEALED by 4 of 2018, 2010/23 - Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 1999 - REPEALED by 4 of 2018, 2010/22 - Designation of Court holidays Christmas/New Year closure, 2010/21 - Bail applications by remote communication device – Magistrates Court Christmas/New Year period 2010/2011 - amended, 2010/20 - Changes of address for service in accordance with Practice Directions of the Supreme Court, 2010/19 - Judicial Registrars - Power concerning prescribed applications and matters - amended, 2010/18 - Fixed costs or costs to be assessed, 2010/17 - Consent orders of the Registrar - Amended, 2010/16 - Referal to alternative dispute resolution or directions conferences, 2010/14A - Registry committals - Annexures A and B - Amended, 2010/14 - Registry committals - Amended April 2017, 2010/13A - Disclosure - Annexures A and B, 2010/12A - Witnesses giving Evidence in Committal Proceedings - Annexure A, 2010/12 - Witnesses giving Evidence in Committal Proceedings (Amended), 2010/11 - Continuity and applicability of existing practice directions, 2010/10 - Times and procedures for callovers, 2010/07A - Form 1 – Application for an interpreter for a criminal proceeding, 2010/07 - Interpreters - Magistrates Court criminal proceedings, 2010/06 - Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 1999 - REPEALED by 4 of 2018, 2010/05 - Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 1999 - REPEALED by 4 of 2018, 2010/04 - Judicial Registrars – Power concerning prescribed applications and matters, 2010/03 - Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 1999 - REPEALED by 4 of 2018, 2010/02 - Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 1999 - REPEALED by 4 of 2018, 2010/01 - Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 1999 - REPEALED by 4 of 2018, 2009/18 - Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 1999 - REPEALED by 4 of 2018, 2009/16 - Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 1999 - REPEALED by 4 of 2018, 2009/15 - Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 1999 - REPEALED by 4 of 2018, 2009/14 - Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 1999 - REPEALED by 4 of 2018, 2009/13 - Designation of Court holidays - Christmas/New Year closure, 2009/12 - Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 1999 - REPEALED by 4 of 2018, 2009/11 - Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 1999 - REPEALED by 4 of 2018, 2009/10 - Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 1999 - REPEALED by 4 of 2018, 2009/09 - Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 1999 - REPEALED by 4 of 2018, 2009/08 - Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 1999 - REPEALED by 4 of 2018, 2009/07 - Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 1999 (amended) - REPEALED by 4 of 2018, 2009/06 - Reopening or rehearing of applications at the Brisbane Magistrates Court, 2009/05 - Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 1999 - REPEALED by 4 of 2018, 2009/04 - Recording devices in courtrooms - Magistrates Court (Amended by 16/2013) - REPEALED by Practice direction 2014/01, 2009/03 - Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 1999 - REPEALED by 4 of 2018, 2009/02 - Costs assessment - interim arrangements, 2009/01 - Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 1999, 2008/10 - Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 1999, 2008/08 - Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 1999 - REPEALED by 4 of 2018, 2008/07 - Part heard matters at the Brisbane Magistrates Court, 2008/06 - Appearance of persons in custody - use of video link facilities, 2008/05 - Multi-day hearings case management at Brisbane Magistrates Court, 2008/04 - Drug Court Act 2008 and Drug Court Regulation 2008, 2008/03 - Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 1999, Rule 975B - REPEALED by 4 of 2018, 2008/02 - Queensland Magistrates Early Referral into Treatment (QMERIT) Program - REPEALED by 1/2016, 2008/01 - Judicial Registrars – power concerning prescribed applications and matters - Amended - Repealed by 2010/04, 2007/11A - Attachment to Practice direction 11 of 2007, 2007/11 - Summary hearings case management at Brisbane Central Magistrates Courts, 2007/10 - Approval of registrar to assess costs, 2007/09 - Designation of Court Holidays – Christmas/New Year Closure - 2007, 2007/08 - Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 1999 - REPEALED by 4 of 2018, 2007/07 - Committals and Ex Officio Sentences: Ipswich Magistrates Court, 2007/06 - Costs Assessment Interim Arrangements - Repealed by 2009/02 - Costs assessment: Interim arrangements, 2007/05 - Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 1999, Rule 975B - REPEALED by 4 of 2018, 2007/04 - Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 1999, Rule 283, 2007/03 - Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 1999, Rule 975B - REPEALED by 4 of 2018, 2007/02 - Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 1999, Rule 975B - REPEALED by 4 of 2018, 2007/01 - Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 1999, Rule 975B - REPEALED by 4 of 2018, 2006/11 - Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 1999, Rule 975B - REPEALED by 4 of 2018, 2006/10 - Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 1999, Rule 976, 2006/09 - Conduct of Customs Prosecutions, 2006/08 - Means of identifying proceeding, those appearing and witnesses, 2006/07 - Direct access briefing (Amended by 2012/20), 2006/06 - Recording Devices in Courtrooms: Magistrates Court, 2006/05 - Appearance of Persons in custody on video link facilities at the magistrates Court at Richlands - SUPERSEDED by Practice direction 2008/06, 2006/04 - Queensland Magistrates Early Referral into Treatment (QMERIT) Program, 2006/03 - Adjournments for Indicative Assessment to Drug Court Magistrates, 2006/02 - Appearances of Detainees on video link facilities at Magistrates Courts at Maryborough and Hervey Bay - SUPERSEDED by Practice direction 2008/06, 2006/01 - Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 1999 - Uniform Civil Procedure Amendment Rule (No 1) 2003 - Division 4 Electronic Court documents - REPEALED by 4 of 2018, 2005/04 - Appearance of Detainees - SUPERSEDED by Practice direction 2008/06, 2005/03 - Appearance of Detainees - SUPERSEDED by Practice direction 2008/06, 2005/02 - Committal and Ex Officio Callovers, 2005/01C - Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 1999. 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