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Unreasonable refusal of adjournment application at the AAT

The following decision illustrates the principles underpinning the characterisation of what is unreasonable if the AAT refuses an adjournment application.

BKQ16 v Minister for Immigration and Border Protection [2019] FCA 40

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    Christopher Levingston Friday, 01 February 2019

    The most important consideration in respect of the adjournment application refusal cases is that each case on review will turn on its particular facts. The incorrect approach would adjournment was refused the Tribunal was being unreasonable and seek a decision on a rule of general application.

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