Proceedings in the Federal Court or Federal Circuit Court to enforce a determination
(1) The following persons may commence proceedings in the Federal Court or the Federal Circuit Court for an order to enforce a determination:
(a) if the determination was made under subsection 52(1)—the complainant;
(2) If the court is satisfied that the person or entity in relation to which the determination applies has engaged in conduct that constitutes an interference with the privacy of an individual, the court may make such orders (including a declaration of right) as it thinks fit.
(3) The court may, if it thinks fit, grant an interim injunction pending the determination of the proceedings.
(4) The court is not to require a person, as a condition of granting an interim injunction, to give an undertaking as to damages.
(5) The court is to deal by way of a hearing de novo with the question whether the person or entity in relation to which the determination applies has engaged in conduct that constitutes an interference with the privacy of an individual.
(6) Despite subsection (5), the court may receive any of the following as evidence in proceedings about a determination made by the Commissioner under section 52:
(a) a copy of the Commissioner’s written reasons for the determination;
(b) a copy of any document that was before the Commissioner;
(c) a copy of a record (including any tape recording) of any hearing before the Commissioner (including any oral submissions made).
(7A) In conducting a hearing and making an order under this section, the court is to have due regard to the objects of this Act.
complainant, in relation to a representative complaint, means any of the class members.