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Supreme Court Rules 1970
Current version for 6 January 2017 to date (accessed 30 April 2017 at 13:26)
3M   Entry of judgments and orders
(1)  This rule applies in relation to proceedings specified in the Third Schedule to the Act (except clause (d) of that Schedule) and to proceedings to which Division 2 applies.
(2)  Any judgment or order of the Court is to be entered as soon as practicable after it is given or made.
(3)  Unless subrule (4) applies, a judgment or order of the Court is taken to be entered when it is recorded in the Court’s computerised court record system.
Note.
 The Court’s computerised court record system is JusticeLink.
(4)  If a technical problem would prevent the timely entry of a judgment or order in accordance with subrule (3), a judgment or order of the Court is taken to be entered when a record of the judgment or order set out on the indictment for the proceedings, or on or in the appropriate court file, is signed by a Judge giving or making the judgment or order, the Judge’s associate or the registrar.
(5)  In this rule:
(a)  a reference to a judgment or order of the Court extends to a reference to a sentence, direction or recommendation of the Court, and
(b)  a reference to a technical problem is a reference to a technical problem with, or in accessing, the Court’s computerised court record system (for example, if remote electronic access is required to enter a judgment or order on the system and there is a technical problem with computer equipment or internet connection).