ADJR ACT CTH PDF

A person aggrieved by certain administrative decisions made under Commonwealth legislation can apply to the Federal Court, or Federal Circuit Court, for a review of that decision. This process allows for judicial review only, merits review is available through other mechanisms see below. Administrative Decisions Judicial Review Act The Federal Court or Federal Circuit Court can transfer the proceedings in relation to the Registrar's decisions to the Family Court if it believes it is appropriate. The court can decide to join the other parent to the proceedings if it believes this is appropriate.

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A person aggrieved by certain administrative decisions made under Commonwealth legislation can apply to the Federal Court, or Federal Circuit Court, for a review of that decision.

This process allows for judicial review only, merits review is available through other mechanisms see below. Administrative Decisions Judicial Review Act The Federal Court or Federal Circuit Court can transfer the proceedings in relation to the Registrar's decisions to the Family Court if it believes it is appropriate. The court can decide to join the other parent to the proceedings if it believes this is appropriate. The ADJR Act provides that the court will review a decision by considering whether the decision-maker has properly made that decision according to law.

The court cannot review the merits of the decision, by considering whether the decision was the best exercise of the decision-maker's discretion. A merits review can be pursued by objecting to the decision 4.

The court can conclude that a decision was not made according to law if satisfied that any of the following circumstances apply ADJR Act section 5 :. The court can set aside the original decision, in whole or in part, if it is satisfied that the decision was not made according to law. The court cannot replace the decision with a preferable decision.

If the court sets the Registrar's original decision aside, it will return the matter to the Registrar for a new decision to be made, subject to directions, if appropriate. The Registrar's decision continues to have effect after a parent makes an application under the ADJR Act until the court makes a decision on that application.

The Registrar or the other parent may take action to enforce the decision unless the court issues a stay order in relation to that decision.

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Federal Register of Legislation - Australian Government

The Act created a way for a person or other parties affected by most [3] administrative decisions by an Australian federal department or agency of an Australian federal department to appeal the decision at the Federal Court of Australia. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Australasian Legal Information Institute. Retrieved 30 January Retrieved 31 January

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