Corporations Act 2001

CHAPTER 7 - FINANCIAL SERVICES AND MARKETS  

PART 7.10A - EXTERNAL DISPUTE RESOLUTION  

Division 3 - Additional provisions relating to superannuation complaints  

Subdivision B - Powers of AFCA  

SECTION 1054C   REFERENCE OF QUESTIONS OF LAW TO FEDERAL COURT  

1054C(1)  
AFCA may, on its own initiative or on the request of a party to a superannuation complaint, refer a question of law arising in relation to the making of a determination relating to the complaint to the Federal Court for decision.

1054C(2)  
The Federal Court has jurisdiction to hear and determine a question of law referred to it under this section.

1054C(3)  
If a question of law has been so referred to the Federal Court, AFCA must not:


(a) make the determination to which the question is relevant while the reference is pending; or


(b) do anything that is inconsistent with the opinion of the Federal Court on the question.


 

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