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Re Woolley; Ex parte Applicants M276/2003 by their next friend GS

Immigration - Detention - Migration Act 1958 (Cth) ("Migration Act"), ss 189 and 196 - Whether detention of children authorised by Migration Act - Whether children may request release from detention under Migration Act, s 198 - Whether detention valid if children unable to request release - Relevance of international jurisprudence and parens patriae jurisdiction.

Constitutional law (Cth) - Judicial power of the Commonwealth - Immigration detention - Whether Migration Act, ss 189 and 196 validly require detention of children - Whether legislation reasonably capable of being seen as necessary for the purposes of reception, investigation, admission or deportation of aliens - Characterisation of detention as punitive or non-punitive.

Words and phrases - "judicial power", "alien", "decision-making capacity", "community", "membership of the Australian community".

Re Woolley; Ex parte Applicants M276/2003 by their next friend GS [2004] HC

Re Woolley; Ex parte Applicants M276/2003 by their next friend GS

Immigration - Detention - Migration Act 1958 (Cth) ("Migration Act"), ss 189 and 196 - Whether detention of children authorised by Migration Act - Whether children may request release from detention under Migration Act, s 198 - Whether detention valid if children unable to request release - Relevance of international jurisprudence and parens patriae jurisdiction.

Constitutional law (Cth) - Judicial power of the Commonwealth - Immigration detention - Whether Migration Act, ss 189 and 196 validly require detention of children - Whether legislation reasonably capable of being seen as necessary for the purposes of reception, investigation, admission or deportation of aliens - Characterisation of detention as punitive or non-punitive.

Words and phrases - "judicial power", "alien", "decision-making capacity", "community", "membership of the Australian community".
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