Civil Liability Act 2002 No 22
Current version for 1 March 2020 to date (accessed 5 July 2020 at 21:15)
Part 7 Division 2 Section 54E
54E   Additional matters relating to damages supervision orders
(1)  A damages supervision order may—
(a)  require an amount of damages to be paid to the NSW Trustee and Guardian instead of, or by or on behalf of, the person awarded the damages, and
(b)  regulate the manner in which the NSW Trustee and Guardian may exercise his or her functions under the order, and
(c)  determine any matter relating to the payment of amounts of the damages, including—
(i)  the purposes for which amounts may be disbursed, and
(ii)  the obligations of the NSW Trustee and Guardian and the person awarded the damages, and
(d)  make such other provision as the court thinks fit in the circumstances of the case.
(2)  A damages supervision order ceases to have effect—
(a)  if it is revoked by a court, or
(b)  on the death of the person awarded the damages.
(3)  If a damages supervision order ceases to have effect, any remaining amount of damages, or the proceeds of an amount of damages, is (subject to any order of a court and to payment of any fees or other expenses of the NSW Trustee and Guardian) to be paid to the person awarded the damages or the legal personal representative of the person.