Federal Court of Australia
The Court is a superior court of record and a court of law and equity. It sits in all capital cities and elsewhere in Australia from time to time. The primary functions of the Court are to, decide disputes according to law - promptly, courteously and effectively and, in so doing, to interpret the statutory law and develop the general law of the Commonwealth, so as to fulfil the role of a court exercising the judicial power of the Commonwealth under the Constitution.
Type of Body
R. Management Board
Established By / Under
Act / Regulation
Established By/Under More info
Federal Court of Australia Act 1976
Max No. of Board/Committee Members
Annual Report Prepared and tabled?
X. Internal Management
Regulatory / Review / Inquiry / Commission
1 February 1977
Current board appointments