Paerau v Minister for Immigration and Border Protection

JurisdictionAustralia Federal only
CourtFull Federal Court (Australia)
Neutral Citation[2014] FCAFC 28
Date2014
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11 cases
  • Meyrick v Minister for Home Affairs
    • Australia
    • Federal Court
    • 20 Mayo 2020
    ...for Immigration and Border Protection [2017] FCAFC 127; (2017) 254 FCR 295 Paerau v Minister for Immigration and Border Protection [2014] FCAFC 28; (2014) 219 FCR 504 R & W Paul Ltd v The Wheat Commission [1937] AC 139 R v Togias [2001] NSWCCA 522; (2001) 127 A Crim R 23 Re D (a child) ......
  • PQSM v Minister for Home Affairs
    • Australia
    • Full Federal Court (Australia)
    • 24 Julio 2020
    ...Demillo v Minister for Immigration and Border Protection (2013) 139 ALD 29; Paerau v Minister for Immigration and Border Protection (2014) 219 FCR 504.34 In Minister for Immigration and Citizenship v Obele [2010] FCA 1445; 119 ALD 358 at [53], Katzmann J described the error in the following......
  • Kumar v Minister for Immigration and Border Protection
    • Australia
    • Full Federal Court (Australia)
    • 24 Febrero 2020
    ...material, to be able to form a conclusion on a prescribed matter: cf Paerau [v Minister for Immigration and Border Protection (2014) 219 FCR 504] at [27], [69] and [119]. However, there must be an answer, or, in other words, a finding, even if the finding is that no conclusion can be reache......
  • Uelese v Minister for Immigration and Border Protection
    • Australia
    • High Court
    • 6 Mayo 2015
    ......The Tribunal not only declined to act upon the information which was put before it by Ms Fatai, but it also failed to make even the most cursory inquiry to follow up on this information. This is not a case like Paerau v Minister for Immigration and Border Protection 38 , on which the Minister sought to rely; here, the paucity of evidence was a consequence of the view taken by the Tribunal of the preclusory effect of s 500(6H). . 67 It is not necessary here to seek to chart the ......
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