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NADU v Minister for Immigration [2002] FMCA 105 (30 May 2002)

NADU v Minister for Immigration [2002] FMCA 105 (30 May 2002)
Last Updated: 6 May 2003

FEDERAL MAGISTRATES COURT OF AUSTRALIA

NADU v MINISTER FOR IMMIGRATION
[2002] FMCA 105



MIGRATION - No appearance by applicant - grant of advocacy certificate - application dismissed.



Applicant:
NADU



Respondent:


MINISTER FOR IMMIGRATION & MULTICULTRURAL & INDIGENOUS AFFAIRS



File No:


SZ 291 of 2002



Delivered on:


30 May 2002



Delivered at:


Sydney



Hearing Date:


30 May 2002



Judgment of:


Barnes FM



REPRESENTATION

Counsel for the Applicant:


Nil



Solicitors for the Applicant:


Nil



Counsel for the Respondent:


Mr JB Smith



Solicitors for the Respondent:


Ms E Warner



ORDERS

(1) That there being no appearance by the Applicant the application be dismissed.

(2) That pursuant to Rule 21.10 of the Federal Magistrates Court Rules the Applicant pay the Respondent's costs.

(3) I grant the Respondent an advocacy certificate pursuant to Rule 21.15.

FEDERAL MAGISTRATES

COURT OF AUSTRALIA AT SYDNEY


SZ 291 of 2002

NADU


Applicant

And

MINISTER FOR IMMIGRATION & MULTICULTURAL & INDIGENOUS AFFAIRS




Respondent


REASONS FOR JUDGMENT

1. That there being no appearance by the Applicant that the application be dismissed.

2. That pursuant to Rule 21.10 of the Federal Magistrates Court Rules the Applicant pay the Respondent's costs.

3. I grant the Respondent an advocacy certificate pursuant to Rule 21.15.

I certify that the preceding three (3) paragraph is a true copy of the reasons for judgment of Barnes FM

Associate:

Date: 30 May 2002.
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