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Re Patterson; Ex parte Taylor [2001] HCA 51 (6 September 2001)
Singh v Commonwealth of Australia [2004] HCA 43 (9 September 2004)
Muin v Refugee Review Tribunal; Lie v Refugee Review Tribunal [2002] HCA 30

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Minister for Immigration and Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs v B

Courts and judicial system - Family Court - Jurisdiction - Scope of welfare jurisdiction - Constitutional basis of welfare jurisdiction - Whether conferral of jurisdiction in relation to a "matter" - Children in immigration detention - Whether welfare jurisdiction extends to children of marriages of parents in immigration detention - Whether Family Court in exercising welfare jurisdiction can make orders directed at third parties - Whether Family Court has power to order release from detention - Whether any general welfare jurisdiction and powers of Family Court authorises orders inconsistent with specific obligations imposed on federal officers under Migration Act.

Family law - Children - Children in immigration detention - Welfare jurisdiction - Scope of welfare jurisdiction - Whether welfare jurisdiction extends to children of marriages of persons in immigration detention - Whether court has power to order release from detention.

Family Court of Australia - Jurisdiction - Scope of welfare jurisdiction - Whether welfare jurisdiction extends to children of marriages of parents in immigration detention.

Family Court of Australia - Order - Certificate granting leave to appeal to High Court of Australia - Relevant considerations governing grant of such certificate.

Migration - Detention - Unlawful non-citizens - Children in immigration detention - Whether Family Court has power to make orders releasing children from detention.

International law - Interpretation of legislation in conformity with treaty obligations - Relevance and effect of provisions of treaties to which Australia is a party - Obligation to give effect to clear provisions of valid Australian statutory law notwithstanding alleged breaches of international law.

Minister for Immigration and Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs v B [2004

Minister for Immigration and Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs v B

Courts and judicial system - Family Court - Jurisdiction - Scope of welfare jurisdiction - Constitutional basis of welfare jurisdiction - Whether conferral of jurisdiction in relation to a "matter" - Children in immigration detention - Whether welfare jurisdiction extends to children of marriages of parents in immigration detention - Whether Family Court in exercising welfare jurisdiction can make orders directed at third parties - Whether Family Court has power to order release from detention - Whether any general welfare jurisdiction and powers of Family Court authorises orders inconsistent with specific obligations imposed on federal officers under Migration Act.

Family law - Children - Children in immigration detention - Welfare jurisdiction - Scope of welfare jurisdiction - Whether welfare jurisdiction extends to children of marriages of persons in immigration detention - Whether court has power to order release from detention.

Family Court of Australia - Jurisdiction - Scope of welfare jurisdiction - Whether welfare jurisdiction extends to children of marriages of parents in immigration detention.

Family Court of Australia - Order - Certificate granting leave to appeal to High Court of Australia - Relevant considerations governing grant of such certificate.

Migration - Detention - Unlawful non-citizens - Children in immigration detention - Whether Family Court has power to make orders releasing children from detention.

International law - Interpretation of legislation in conformity with treaty obligations - Relevance and effect of provisions of treaties to which Australia is a party - Obligation to give effect to clear provisions of valid Australian statutory law notwithstanding alleged breaches of international law.
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