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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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Re The Minister for Immigration and Multicultural Affairs; Ex parte Fejzull

ORDER
In the case of each summons, the application is dismissed with costs.

Re Minister for Immigration and Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs; Ex pa

Re Minister for Immigration and Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs; Ex parte Akpata

Administrative law - Jurisdictional error - Natural justice - Privative clause - Failure to inform applicant that refusal of parent visa would result in automatic cancellation of bridging visa and detention of applicant - Alleged failure to afford applicant opportunity to put before Minister material concerning financial and emotional impact detention would have on him and his family and its impact on the preparation by applicant of pending special leave application - Alleged failure by Minister to take into account these matters - Whether Minister's decision protected by s 474 of the Migration Act 1958 (Cth) ("the Act").

Immigration - Refusal by Minister of application for parent visa on "character grounds" under s 501 of the Act - Minister "taken to have decided to cancel" bridging visa held by applicant by force of s 501F(3) of the Act - Applicant thereby became an "unlawful non-citizen" subject to immigration detention - Application under s 75(v) of the Constitution - Whether operation of s 474 of the Act attracted - No attack on validity of s 474 - Application of reasoning in R v Hickman; Ex parte Fox and Clinton (1945) 70 CLR 598 and R v Murray; Ex parte Proctor (1949) 77 CLR 387 to construction of s 474 - Whether distinct procedural fairness requirement attached to cancellation of bridging visa under s 501F(3) of the Act.

Re The Minister for Immigration and Ethnic Affairs of the Commonwealth of A

Re The Minister for Immigration and Ethnic Affairs

of the Commonwealth of Australia & Anor; Ex Parte Lai Qin


Practice and Procedure - Costs - Principles governing exercise of cost discretion - Prosecutor achieved success by extra-curial means - Whether respondents should pay applicant's costs of Court proceedings.

Re Refugee Review Tribunal; Ex parte HB [2001] HCA 34 (8 June 2001)

Re Refugee Review Tribunal; Ex parte HB

Immigration - Application for protection visa - Claim to refugee status - Claim rejected by Refugee Review Tribunal - Application to High Court for constitutional writs - Whether order nisi should issue - Unrepresented applicant held in immigration detention - Applicable principles - Mention by Tribunal of humanitarian considerations - Whether jurisdictional error demonstrated - No reasonably arguable case.

High Court Practice - Constitutional writs under s 75(v) of the Constitution - Application for order nisi - Applicable principles - Whether grounds reasonably arguable - Absence of demonstrated jurisdictional error.

Administrative law - Breach of rules of natural justice - Allegation of apprehended or ostensible bias - Whether amounts to jurisdictional error - Whether propounded grounds for order nisi for constitutional writs reasonably arguable.

Legal aid - Unrepresented litigant in immigration detention - Application for order nisi for constitutional writs - Role of a federal court in respect of application.

SGNB v Minister for Immigration [2003] FMCA 38 (1 May 2003)

MIGRATION - Application for review of Refugee Review Tribunal decision - no prior grant of visa - no denial of procedural fairness by Tribunal - no jurisdictional error.

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