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In a big reform the Federal Courts will have power to extend time to bring a judicial review application against all migration law decisions.
On some occasions the court will not award costs against an unsuccessful appellant..........................................
Two Federal Court decisions have suggested that the ground of unreasonableness is not available as a ground of judicial review in migration law as far as the doctrine of jurisdictional error is concerned. But transcripts of two High Court special leave hearings reveal that the High Court believes there is no question that unreasonableness is a ground of judicial review....
As reported in previous issues of this journal, the Federal Court & the Federal Magistrates Court have continued to develop a healthy judicial review jurisdiction. ...
High Court has ruled that the time limits on bringing judicial review proceedings directly to the High Court were unconstitutional!...
Courts have to give proper reasons for refusing a judicial review application. If the reasons are not proper reasons then it can form the basis for a successful appeal.........
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