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Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 2005
Current version for 9 April 2020 to date (accessed 4 August 2020 at 16:05)
Division 2 Entry of judgments and orders
36.11 Entry of judgments and orders
(cf SCR Part 41, rule 11)
(1) Any judgment or order of the court is to be entered.(2) Unless the court orders otherwise, a judgment or order is taken to be entered when it is recorded in the court’s computerised court record system.(2A) If the court directs that a judgment or order be entered forthwith, the judgment or order is taken to be entered—(a) when a document embodying the judgment or order is signed and sealed by a judicial officer or registrar, orwhichever first occurs.(b) when the judgment or order is recorded as referred to in subrule (2),(3) In this rule, a reference to a judgment or order of the court includes a reference to any judgment, order, determination, decree, adjudication or award that has been filed or registered in the court, or of which a certificate has been filed or registered in the court, as referred to in section 133(2) of the Civil Procedure Act 2005.(4) This rule does not limit the operation of rule 36.10.