Re Woolley; ex parte M276/2003 by Their Next Friend Gs

JurisdictionAustralia Federal only
CourtHigh Court
JudgeGleeson CJ,McHugh J,Gummow J,Kirby J,Hayne J,Callinan J,Heydon J
Judgment Date07 October 2004
Neutral Citation[2004] HCA 49,2004-1007 HCA A
Date07 October 2004
Docket NumberM276/2003
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  • Australian Crime Commission v NTD8
    • Australia
    • Full Federal Court (Australia)
    • Invalid date
  • Plaintiff M168/10 v The Commonwealth
    • Australia
    • High Court
    • 19 January 2011
    ...of the Act, but it is not for this Court to set out to frustrate the legislation on the basis of such opposition.’ 29 In a similar vein in Re Woolley, Kirby J said 19: ‘[The Act] is specific, particular and clear so far as its requirement for universal mandatory detention is concerned, incl......
  • Re Minister for Immigration and Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs; ex parte Ame
    • Australia
    • High Court
    • 4 August 2005
    ...737 at 768–769 [169]–[173]; 206 ALR 130 at 172–173; Re Woolley; Ex parte Applicants M276/2003 (2004) 79 ALJR 43 at 79 [173], 84 [201]; 210 ALR 369 at 416, 78 PNG Constitution, s 64(4). 79 Constitution, s 51(xix). 80 Constitution, s 51(xxvii). 81 Davis v The Commonwealth (1988) 166 CLR 79 at......
  • Plaintiff M47-2012 v Director General of Security
    • Australia
    • High Court
    • 5 October 2012
    ...(2006) 229 CLR 1 at 161 [355] per Gleeson CJ, Gummow, Hayne, Heydon and Crennan JJ; [2006] HCA 52. 314 (2004) 225 CLR 1 at 52 [135]; [2004] HCA 49. 315 (1945) 71 CLR 237 at 267; [1945] HCA 316 (1992) 176 CLR 1 at 14; [1992] HCA 64. 317 (1926) 38 CLR 153 at 180; [1926] HCA 58. 318 (2003)......
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16 books & journal articles
  • Involuntary Detention and the Separation of Judicial Power
    • United Kingdom
    • Federal Law Review Nbr. 35-1, March 2007
    • 1 March 2007
    ...Indigenous Affairs v Al Khafaji (2004) 219 CLR 664 ('Al-Khafaji'); Re Woolley; Ex parte Applicants M276/2003 (by their next friend GS) (2004) 225 CLR 1 ('Re Woolley'); Vasiljkovic v Commonwealth (2006) 80 ALJR 1399 ('Vasiljkovic'). 2 Fardon v A-G (Qld) (2004) 223 CLR 575 ('Fardon'); Baker v......
  • 'An "alien" by the barest of threads' - the legality of the deportation of long-term residents from Australia.
    • Australia
    • Melbourne University Law Review Vol. 33 Nbr. 2, August 2009
    • 1 August 2009
    ...and Constitutional References Committee, above n 9, 291, quoting DIMIA, above n 299, 93. (312) Re Woolley; Ex parte Applicants M276/2003 (2004) 225 CLR 1, 35 (McHugh (313) Wood, above n 9, 288 (citations omitted). It should be noted that the same arguments may not apply to those who have be......
  • National litigation and international law: repercussions for Australia's protection of marine resources.
    • Australia
    • Melbourne University Law Review Vol. 33 Nbr. 1, April 2009
    • 1 April 2009
    ...287 (Mason CJ and Deane J). See also Yager v The Queen (1977) 139 CLR 28, 43-4 (Mason J). (181) Re Woolley; Ex parte Applicant M276/2003 (2004) 225 CLR 1, 71 (Kirby J); Lim v Minister for Immigration, Local Government and Ethnic Affairs (1992) 176 CLR 1, 38 (Brennan, Deane and Dawson JJ); Y......
  • Grounding the High Court's Modern Section 92 Jurisprudence: The case for Improper Purpose as the Touchstone
    • United Kingdom
    • Federal Law Review Nbr. 33-3, September 2005
    • 1 September 2005
    ...540 (Gleeson CJ), 548, 554 (McHugh J), 569 (Gummow and Hayne JJ), 625 (Callinan J). See also Re Woolley; Ex parte Applicants M276/2003 (2004) 210 ALR 369, 392 (McHugh J). 175 Wakim (1999) 198 CLR 511, 556–7 (McHugh J), 574 (Gummow and Hayne JJ). 176 This may have been what McHugh J was gett......
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