Schedule 1 - Application for in-court media coverage

To the Hearing Manager Environmental Court,

  1. We request permission to:
    1. film
    2. take still photographs during
    3. record
    the following proceedings:
    1. Case name
    2. Number
    3. Scheduled start date
  2. Expected dates of coverage
  3. [In the case of television or radio] Name of programme or programmes in which the film or recording may be used

    [In the case of still photographs] Name of publications in which the photographs may appear
  4. [In the case of the internet] Name of website(s) on which the photographs, film or recording may be used
  5. The following conditions of coverage should apply:
    1. the standard conditions
    2. the standard conditions as modified or expanded or both
    [Give details on separate sheet]
  6. [To be completed only if this application has been lodged out of time.]
    1. This application was not filed in accordance with guideline 6(2) because
    2. This application, although filed out of time, should nonetheless be granted because

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Applicant information:

  • Applicant's name
  • Solicitors1
  • Name of responsible person2
  • Business address3
  • Postal address3
  • Email address3
  • Telephone number3
  • Fax number3
  • Signed date

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Hearing manager use

  1. Date application received
  2. Date application referred to parties Note: When referring the application to the parties, give them a copy of the application and of the guidelines.

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Schedule footnotes:

¹ If retained.

² If solicitors have not been retained, give the name of the person within the applicant's organisation who is responsible for the application. If solicitors have been retained, give the name of the solicitor who is dealing with the application.

³ If solicitors have not been retained, this information should be provided by reference to the nominated person responsible for the application. If solicitors have been retained, this information should be provided by reference to the solicitor who is dealing with the application.

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