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Contents
STARTING A PROCEEDING 3
THE AAT’s DECISION 3
DOCUMENTS TO BRING 5
OBTAINING REASONS 5
UNDER THE AAT 5
UNDER THE ADJR ACT 6
IF REASONS ARE INADEQUATE 7
OBTAINING INFORMATION VIA FOI 8
DELAGATED LEGISLATION 11
WHICH BODY SHOULD YOU GO TO? 12
STARTING A PROCEEDING THROUGH MERITS REVIEW 12
STARTING A PROCEEDING THROUGH JUDICIAL REVIEW – FED COURT - ADJR 14
STARTING A PROCEEDING THROUGH JUDICIAL REVIEW – FED COURT – JA 39B 15
GROUNDS OF JUDICIAL REVIEW 17
1. PROCEDURAL FAIRNESS 17
HEARING RULE- note: consider if step 3 works first, then do step 1 17
NO BIAS RULE 20
NO EVIDENCE RULE (ONLY USE IF DESPARATE) 22
NON-COMPLIANCE WITH STATUTORY REQUIREMENTS (STATUTORY GROUNDS OF REVIEW ONLY) 24
Application of policy/Ministerial Direction 26
IRRELEVANT CONSIDERATIONS 28
RELEVANT MATTERS 30
IMPROPER/UNAUTHORISED PURPOSE (exercising power not for the purpose of the act) 32
UNREASONABLENESS/IRRATIONALITY/ILLOGICALITY 34
CONSTITUIONAL WRIT - REMEDIES – CERTIORARI 36
CONSTITUIONAL WRIT - REMEDIES - MANDAMUS 38
CONSTITUIONAL WRIT - REMEDIES – PROHIBITION 40
EQUITABLE REMEDY - INJUNCTION 41
EQUITABLE REMEDY - DECLARATION 42
ADJR REMEDIES 44


UNSW

Term 2, 2020


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