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Minister for Immigration and Multicultural Affairs v Bhardwaj


Immigration - Immigration Review Tribunal - Powers and duties of Tribunal - Capacity of Tribunal to correct own error - Decision cancelling visa - Failure to consider correspondence from respondent - Reconsideration of decision - Whether decision involving jurisdictional error is a nullity - Whether Tribunal may of its own motion reconsider its decision - Whether validity of decision open to collateral attack.

Administrative law - Judicial review - Procedural fairness - Administrative decision - Tribunal required to give respondent opportunity to appear - Decision made after Tribunal mistakenly assumed respondent declined to appear - Whether jurisdictional error constituted by denial of procedural fairness - Whether failure to exercise jurisdiction - Whether Tribunal authorised to make fresh decision - Whether invalidity of decision could be raised in collateral attack on validity of decision in proceedings.

Minister for Immigration and Multicultural Affairs v Bhardwaj [2002] HCA 11

Minister for Immigration and Multicultural Affairs v Bhardwaj


Immigration - Immigration Review Tribunal - Powers and duties of Tribunal - Capacity of Tribunal to correct own error - Decision cancelling visa - Failure to consider correspondence from respondent - Reconsideration of decision - Whether decision involving jurisdictional error is a nullity - Whether Tribunal may of its own motion reconsider its decision - Whether validity of decision open to collateral attack.

Administrative law - Judicial review - Procedural fairness - Administrative decision - Tribunal required to give respondent opportunity to appear - Decision made after Tribunal mistakenly assumed respondent declined to appear - Whether jurisdictional error constituted by denial of procedural fairness - Whether failure to exercise jurisdiction - Whether Tribunal authorised to make fresh decision - Whether invalidity of decision could be raised in collateral attack on validity of decision in proceedings.

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