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The Compensation Court Repeal Act 2002 abolished the NSW Compensation Court and most of its work was transferred to the Workers Compensation Commission. However, certain disputes were transferred to the district court in its "residual jurisdiction" including:
For more information about residual jurisdiction procedures, see Schedule 11 of the Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 2005.
Download a copy of the judgment in Restuccia v Workers Compensation (Dust Diseases) Board (PDF, 126.3 KB).
25 May 2023
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