193 Proceedings not to be questioned


Except on the ground of lack of jurisdiction or as provided in sections 213, 214, 217, and 218, no decision, order, or proceedings of the court are removable to any court by certiorari or otherwise, or are liable to be challenged, appealed against, reviewed, quashed, or called in question in any court.


For the purposes of subsection (1), the court suffers from lack of jurisdiction only where,—


in the narrow and original sense of the term jurisdiction, it has no entitlement to enter upon the inquiry in question; or


the decision or order is outside the classes of decisions or orders which the court is authorised to make; or


the court acts in bad faith.

Compare: 1991 No 22 s 104(5), (6)