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Abebe v The Commonwealth of Australia

Re The Minister for Immigration & Multicultural

Affairs & Anor; Ex parte Abebe

Constitutional law - Federal jurisdiction - Conferral of jurisdiction upon federal court to review decision of the Refugee Review Tribunal on limited grounds - Whether jurisdiction conferred is in respect of a matter - Meaning of "matter" in Ch III of the Constitution.

Constitutional law - Judicial power - Whether s 481(1)(a) of the Migration Act 1958 (Cth) requires a federal court to affirm the legality of a decision which may have been unlawfully made.

Immigration law - Refugee - Refugee Review Tribunal decision refusing to grant protection visa - Application in original jurisdiction of High Court for prerogative relief - Meaning of "well-founded fear of being persecuted".

Abebe v The Commonwealth; Re Minister for Immigration and Multicultural Aff

Abebe v The Commonwealth of Australia

Re The Minister for Immigration & Multicultural

Affairs & Anor; Ex parte Abebe

Constitutional law - Federal jurisdiction - Conferral of jurisdiction upon federal court to review decision of the Refugee Review Tribunal on limited grounds - Whether jurisdiction conferred is in respect of a matter - Meaning of "matter" in Ch III of the Constitution.

Constitutional law - Judicial power - Whether s 481(1)(a) of the Migration Act 1958 (Cth) requires a federal court to affirm the legality of a decision which may have been unlawfully made.

Immigration law - Refugee - Refugee Review Tribunal decision refusing to grant protection visa - Application in original jurisdiction of High Court for prerogative relief - Meaning of "well-founded fear of being persecuted".

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