MAIA: s.51A(5) – ordering of a compulsory conference

Parker v Ford & Anor [2011] QDC 163

A practical example of the matters to be considered in ordering a compulsory conference pursuant to s.51A(5) of the Motor Accident Insurance Act 1994 in circumstances where there was delay, but it was not inordinate, whilst at the same time protecting the defendant’s position to have independent medical examinations. It helpfully also recites the authorities in relation to the jurisdiction of the “court” to hear the claim, subject to the quantum nominated in the claim.

Brisbane Barrister – David Cormack

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