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Compensation Court of New South Wales

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  1. a court in the Australian State of New South Wales

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  2. had unlimited jurisdiction within the state in workers compensation matters

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  3. abolished on 31 December 2003 and replaced by the Workers Compensation Commission of New South Wales for most workers compensation matters

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  4. Jurisdiction in respect of the injury of police and miners was transferred to the District Court of New South Wales

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  5. The Compensation Court Judges all became District Court Judges at this time

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