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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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SZDDH v Minister for Immigration [2004] FMCA 624 (10 September 2004)

MIGRATION - Application for review of RRT decision - Whether application should be summarily dismissed as disclosing no reasonable cause of action - where applicant joined Muin and Lie class action - where that matter was remitted to the Federal Court and dismissed - where applicant lodged further application for review in Federal Magistrates Court - where application not particularised - where applicant failed to comply with orders of the Court - where applicant's amended application referred to matters that were not in issue and did not relate to the applicant's situation - whether certain information referred to by the Tribunal was "just about a class of persons" and thus covered by s.424A(3) Migration Act.

SZAXU v Minister for Immigration [2004] FMCA 775 (28 October 2004)

MIGRATION - Review of RRT decision - where applicant joined Muin and Lie class action before lodging application for review in FMCA - where applicant claims to have a well-founded fear of persecution for reason of political opinion - where Tribunal did not consider the applicant to be a credible witness - where applicant claims his case is identical to Muin and Lie - where no evidence was presented to substantiate this claim - whether the Tribunal decision evidences a denial of procedural fairness - where applicant essentially seeking merits review - whether s.424A required the applicant to have been provided with particulars of information that formed part of the Tribunal's reasons for decision, namely that political violence in Bangladesh had subsided.

NADO v Minister for Immigration & Multicultural & Indigenous Affairs [2003]

MIGRATION - appeal from a decision of a primary judge affirming decision of Refugee Review Tribunal - whether jurisdictional error existed in the decision of the Refugee Review Tribunal

SZAUT v Minister for Immigration [2004] FMCA 637 (17 September 2004)

MIGRATION - Review of RRT decision - where applicant filed submissions prepared by a migration agent - where those submissions did not relate to the applicants individual claims - where application for protection initially on basis of well-founded fear of persecution for reasons of political opinion - where following his winning lotto the applicant's fear of persecution was on basis of his membership of a particular social group namely "wealthy persons in Bangladesh" - where applicant claims Tribunal made an error of law but does not particularise the claim - whether Tribunal obliged to investigate applicant's claims - where applicant misunderstanding the role of the Court on review in requesting he be granted a visa.

Lobo v Minister for Immigration & Multicultural & Indigenous Affairs [2003]

MIGRATION - judicial review - Migration Review Tribunal - visa grant criteria - application by Tribunal of departmental policy - erroneously narrow construction of visa grant criteria in departmental policy - misconstruction of visa grant criterion by Migration Review Tribunal - jurisdictional error - privative clause - principles governing application of privative clause - requirement for reconciliation of privative clause and limitations and conditions under Act - misapplication of visa grant criteria constituting jurisdictional error - Business Skills (Residence) (Class BH) visa) - visa grant criterion - `direct ... and continuous involvement in the management of ... business' - `... making decisions that affected the overall direction and performance of ... business' - appeal allowed - certiorari and mandamus issued

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