Today was another conference for the AVN and the Department of Health to show submissions of evidence and to clarify details.
The judge proposed orders to set a timetable between the two parties to be sent in by 5pm 4th March.
A hearing is set for the 20th of April to hear the Child vaccine case. All submissions must be in by the 11th of March.
A joinder and standing will be heard on the 23rd of March to hear all proceedings at once. All matters will be heard and decided then.
The commonwealth will submit it’s notice of objection to competency.
Each party will outline their submissions in a 12-page document outlining their cause of action.
The judge wants efficiency, while the defendant wants to argue the grounds of review are unreasonable and the present application has no standing due to waiting 2 months after the children vaccine was implemented. Also, the defendant is arguing the case is not in the jurisdiction of the Federal courts.
Any discreet issues must be sorted out between both parties.
The next date will be the 23rd of March where both parties will argue their case over joinder and standing in one sitting.
The applicant has asked for this to be heard in the courts instead of over the internet.