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Law Labor Business Government Administrative law Administrative Appeals Tribunal Government of Australia Australian administrative law Jurisdiction Judicial review Drake v Minister for Immigration & Ethnic Affairs
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Law Labor Business Government Administrative law Administrative Appeals Tribunal Government of Australia Australian administrative law Jurisdiction Judicial review Drake v Minister for Immigration & Ethnic Affairs
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This report then attempts to assess the relevance of this function by examining how it differs from the alternative of judicial review. The Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) is governed by the Administrative Appeals Tribunal Act 1975 (Commonwealth) which outlines its procedures, powers and independence. It is also conferred powers of review by independent acts such as s63 of the Safety Rehabilitaton and Compensation Act 1988 (Commonwealth)1. By looking at legislation and the powers conferred on the AAT, its distinct role in the executive arm of government becomes clear. The case of Tracy and Australian Postal Corporation reflected the ability of the tribunal to hear decisions by government bodies afresh and based on the merits of the case. This allowed the applicant to have his case reheard befo...
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