1. Upon the commencement of the Courts Legislation Amendment Act 2005 on 15 June 2005 the office of Master of the Supreme Court has been abolished, and each of the former Masters is now an Associate Judge of the Supreme Court.
2. An Associate Judge is formally known as and referred to as The Honourable Associate Justice X.
3. In Court the appropriate form of address of and reference to an Associate Judge is Your Honour and His [or Her] Honour.
4. In judgments and similar writings the appropriate abbreviation for an Associate Judge is AsJ (as in X AsJ).