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Administrative Law - Problem-Solving Essay

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Mid-term assignment for Admin Class. It analyzed the scope of judicial review, standing, the grounds of review and remedy based on a given scenario. Could be used as a reference to write your problem solving essay.

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Law Administrative law Judicial review Canadian administrative law United Kingdom administrative law Legal procedure Jurisdictional error Mandamus High Court Natural justice Supreme court Writ
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According to s 75(iii), the High Court has original jurisdiction in which ‘the Commonwealth, or a person suing or being sued on behalf of the Commonwealth, is a party’.1 According to s 75(v), the High Court also has the original jurisdiction where ‘a writ of Mandamus or prohibition or an injunction is sought against an officer of the Commonwealth’.2 Thus, Pablo and SLAPS could seek remedies in the scope of Constitution Act. b) Federal Court The Federal Court clearly has the jurisdiction. S 39B(1A)(c) of the Judiciary Act confers the Federal Court to hear any ‘matter’ arising under a provision of law made by the Commonwealth.3 Judicial review matters falls into this scope of jurisdiction. The Federal Court of Australia has the original jurisdiction in w...
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