Administrative Decisions (Judicial Review) Act 1977

SECTION 18   INTERVENTION BY ATTORNEY-GENERAL  

18(1)  


The Attorney-General may, on behalf of the Commonwealth, intervene in a proceeding before the Federal Court or the Federal Circuit Court under this Act.

18(2)  


Where the Attorney-General intervenes in a proceeding in pursuance of this section, the court may, in the proceeding, make such order as to costs against the Commonwealth as the court thinks fit.

18(3)  
Where the Attorney-General intervenes in a proceeding in pursuance of this section, he or she shall be deemed to be a party to the proceeding.




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