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Re Patterson; Ex parte Taylor [2001] HCA 51 (6 September 2001)
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Minister for Immigration and Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs v Al Khaf

Minister for Immigration and Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs v Al Khafaji

Immigration - Unlawful non-citizens - Detention pending removal from Australia - No real prospect of removal from Australia in reasonably foreseeable future - Whether detention lawful under Migration Act 1958 (Cth) - Whether detention is temporally limited by purpose of removal - Whether requirement to remove as soon as reasonably practicable implies time limit on detention.

Statutes - Acts of Parliament - Construction and interpretation - Where meaning ambiguous or uncertain - Presumption of legislative intention not to invade personal common law rights.

Constitutional law (Cth) - Judicial power of the Commonwealth - Unlawful non-citizen in immigration detention - No real prospect of removal from Australia in reasonably foreseeable future - Whether provision for indefinite detention without judicial order infringes Chapter III of the Constitution - Whether detention involves an exercise of judicial power of the Commonwealth by the Executive - Whether detention is for a non-punitive purpose.


Constitutional law (Cth) - Construction and interpretation - Whether Constitution to be interpreted to be consistent with international law of human rights and fundamental freedoms.

Re Minister for Immigration and Multicultural Affairs; Ex parte Cohen [2001

Re Minister for Immigration and Multicultural Affairs; Ex parte Cohen

Constitutional law - Constitutional relief - Jurisdictional error - Whether the Migration Review Tribunal made a jurisdictional error.

Practice and procedure - Constitutional relief - Migration Regulations 1994 (Cth) - Whether the applicant was entitled to have his application determined on the basis that the "special need relative" criterion was still available.

Practice and procedure - Constitutional relief - Remitter to the Federal Court - When remitter to the Federal Court is appropriate.

Practice and procedure - Constitutional relief - Whether writ of prohibition properly sought against the Minister.

Practice and procedure - Constitutional relief - Whether writ of mandamus properly sought against the Principal Member of the Migration Review Tribunal.

Re Minister for Immigration and Multicultural Affairs; Ex parte P T [2001]

Re Minister for Immigration and Multicultural Affairs; Ex parte P T

Migration - Application for protection as refugee - Failure of Minister's delegate to afford interview to applicant - Whether failure amounts to breach of rules of natural justice - Whether delegate lacked jurisdiction and whether constitutional writ should issue.

Migration - Refugee application - Asserted fear of extortion by criminals - Asserted fear of lack of protection by authorities for reasons of race - Whether fear of extortion outside grounds of protection - Whether relevant fear proved.

Administrative law - Natural justice - Content of - Relevance of legislative framework for decision - Decision on refugee claim by delegate of Minister - No statutory obligation to interview applicant - Whether failure to interview amounts to breach of common law rules of natural justice.

Practice - Proceedings for constitutional writ of prohibition - Refugee claim under Migration Act 1958 (Cth) - Use of pseudonym in High Court - Need for reasonably arguable case for issue of order nisi for constitutional writ - Review of decision of Minister's delegate - Avoidance of pernickety scrutiny of reasons.

Practice - Costs - Migration Act proceedings - Application for refugee protection - Application fails - Review by Refugee Review Tribunal unavailable by reason of delay by applicant - Application of ordinary rule as to costs.

Re Minister for Immigration and Multicultural Affairs; Ex parte Holland [20

Re Minister for Immigration and Multicultural Affairs; Ex parte Holland

Migration - Application for Spouse visa - Applicant claims de facto married relationship with Australian citizen involving mutual commitment to a shared life to the exclusion of all others - Delegate of Minister and Immigration Review Tribunal refuse visa - Application to High Court for constitutional relief and certiorari - Australian citizen already married undergoes second Islamic marriage to applicant - Whether second marriage a "marriage" within Migration Regulations - Whether Tribunal arguably erred in the exercise of its jurisdiction to conduct review - Whether jurisdictional error arguably established by breach of rules of natural justice - Whether bias of Tribunal member arguably demonstrated.

Constitutional law - Constitutional writ of prohibition and writ of certiorari to perfect its remedies - Requirement of jurisdictional error - Whether jurisdictional error established as reasonably arguable - Need to observe distinction between jurisdictional error and appeal on merits - Unavailability of constitutional writs to correct errors within jurisdiction - Whether reasonably arguable case demonstrated for grant of order nisi.

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

Re Minister for Immigration and Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs; Ex parte Applicant S190 of 2002

Immigration - Refugees and protection visas - Constitutional writs of prohibition and mandamus sought against officers of the Commonwealth - Decision of officer of a federal department not to refer to the Minister a request to make a further application in Australia for a protection visa after an earlier such application has failed - Whether such non-reference was arguably manifestly unreasonable - Ministerial guidelines - Minister has no duty under Act to consider whether to exercise the power - Inferences available from the evidence - Appearance of applicant's name on electronic report of Federal Court decision - Subsequent enactment of legislative prohibition on identification of applicants for refugee status.

Practice - High Court - Application for orders nisi for constitutional writs - Application to add further party - Sufficiency of evidence to establish reasonably arguable case for relief - Evidence of departmental form - Absence of reasons - No duty to state reasons - Distinction between hearing on merits and constitutional review - Limits of constitutional relief.


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