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Outlined are avenues which can be utilized to appeal the decision by the minister and further the procedures relented to each avenue for a non-judicial review

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Administrative law Law Australia Administrative Appeals Tribunal Government of Australia Natural justice Social security in Australia Kioa v West Legitimate expectation Evidence
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The Ombudsman has powers to investigate decisions made in regards to social security payments . The ombudsman can recommend changes to the decision, ask the decision maker to provide reason for the conduct and ask the body to pay compensation. The Ombudsman does not make any decision in regards to the social security payment, they investigate n make suggestion. The conclusion of the Ombudsman is also not legally binding on the decision maker. Therefore this form of review will not be an option to pursue. Australian Appeals Tribunal The next step to consider is taking the matter to be reviewed by the AAT, due to the fact it is cheaper and quicker than court decisions. To make an appeal to the tribunal, an application must be lodged. The decisions are usually reached on the day of the hearing or within 28 days of the hearing. Fees usually apply ...
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