Kaur v Minister for Immigration and Border Protection

The High Court has issued by consent of the parties orders quashing a decision of the Minister for Immigration and Border Protection and directing the Minister to make a new decision according to law. Kaur, an Indian national, was refused an application for a partner residence visa and claimed that the Minister’s delegate took into account irrelevant considerations when examining his relationship and thus failed to accord him procedural fairness. The Full Court hearing set for 6 October was vacated and the Court issued orders by consent on 7 October.

High Court Judgment None
Result Writs of certiorari and mandamus made by consent
High Court Documents Kaur
Consent Order [2015] HCATrans 254 7 October 2015
Leave Hearings [2015] HCATrans 208 21 August 2015
[2015] HCATrans 186 12 August 2015
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About Martin Clark

Martin Clark is a PhD Candidate and Judge Dame Rosalyn Higgins Scholar at the London School of Economics and Political Science and Research Fellow at Melbourne Law School. He holds honours degrees in law, history and philosophy from the University of Melbourne, and an MPhil in Law from MLS. While at MLS, he worked as a researcher for several senior faculty members, was a 2012 Editor of the Melbourne Journal of International Law, tutor at MLS and various colleges, a Jessie Legatt Scholar, and attended the Center for Transnational Legal Studies Program.