The Land and Environment Court of NSW is a specialist court that deals with specific types of legal problems arising under planning, environmental and mining laws.
The Land and Environment Court has a wide jurisdiction to hear and determine many different types of case. The main types of cases heard by the Court are grouped here by the relevant class of the Court's jurisdiction
There are many ways to resolve a dispute. The Land and Environment Court promotes appropriate dispute resolution. This involves matching the appropriate dispute resolution method with the particular dispute.
If you have not been to a court before and you are not sure what to expect, this section provides helpful information on how the court works; how to prepare for your hearing and who's who in court
Information explaining the practice and procedure that applies for particular types of cases in the Land and Environment Court, or generally, to all types of cases.
Land and Environment Court decisions and heard matters are published on NSW Caselaw
Land and Environment Court Act 1979
Land and Environment Court Rules 2007
Land and Environment Court Rules 1996 - summary of amendments
Supreme Court Rules 1970
Civil Procedure Act 2005
Civil Procedure Regulation 2017
Criminal Procedure Regulation 2017
Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 2005
Electronic Transactions Act 2000
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