(cf SCR Part 14D, rule 1)(1) The following proceedings in the Supreme Court are to be entered in the Administrative Law List:(a) proceedings for commanding or otherwise requiring a public body or a public officer to perform a public duty,(b) proceedings for prohibiting or otherwise restraining a public body or a public officer from performing or purporting to perform any act,(c) proceedings for determining by declaration or otherwise any matter concerning the powers of a public body or a public officer,(d) proceedings in appeals or applications to the Court in respect of decisions of a public body or a public officer under any enactment specified in the rules for the purposes of this subrule.(2) In this rule:
prescribed tribunal means:(a) a specified tribunal within the meaning of section 48 of the Supreme Court Act 1970, or(b) the Local Court, or(c) a magistrate, coroner or assistant coroner, or(d) any other tribunal, person or body of persons prescribed, or belonging to a class prescribed for the purposes of this definition.
public body means a body of persons, whether corporate or unincorporate, constituted by or under an Act and required to perform or performing public duties, but does not include a prescribed tribunal.
public officer means a person holding or acting in a public office under the Government of the State or an office created by or under an Act and required to perform or performing public duties, but does not include a prescribed tribunal.