Workplace Injury Management and Workers Compensation Act 1998 No 86
Historical version for 23 December 2006 to 30 June 2007 (accessed 25 November 2014 at 03:11) Current version

35A   Certain ongoing costs of Compensation Court jurisdiction

(1)  The following costs are payable from the WorkCover Authority Fund:
(a)  the costs of operation of the Compensation Court (until the repeal of the Compensation Court Act 1984),
(b)  such of the costs of operation of the District Court, incurred on or before 30 June 2005, relating to matters that would have been matters within the jurisdiction of the Compensation Court (had the repeal Act not been enacted) as the Ministers agree are to be paid from the Fund, and
(c)  such of the ongoing costs of operation of the Compensation Court (those costs determined as if the repeal Act had not been enacted) as the Ministers agree are to be paid from the Fund, and
(d)  such other costs resulting from the operation of the repeal Act as the Ministers agree are to be paid from the Fund.
(2)  The costs of operation of a court include:
(a)  the remuneration (including allowances) of Judges of the court and of officers and employees of the public service employed in connection with the exercise of functions of the court, and
(b)  costs associated with the employment and remuneration of those Judges and officers and employees and of retired Judges of the court (such as contributions for and payments of pensions and superannuation benefits), and
(c)  court accommodation.
(3)  In this section:

repeal Act means the Compensation Court Repeal Act 2002.

the Ministers means the Minister administering the District Court Act 1973 and the Minister administering this Act.

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