Section 35 Notice to Attorney-General and Commission

(1) A party to a proceeding must give notice in the prescribed form to the Attorney-General and the Commission if—

(a) in the case of a Supreme Court or County Court proceeding, a question of law arises that relates to the application of this Charter or a question arises with respect to the interpretation of a statutory provision in accordance with this Charter; or
(b) in any case, a question is referred to the Supreme Court under section 33.

(2) For the purpose of subsection (1), a notice is not required to be given to—

(a) the Attorney-General if the State is a party to the relevant proceeding; or
(b) the Commission if the Commission is a party to the relevant proceeding.