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Implication of PF (9)

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Implication (9)

* Rights and interests: personal rights: Kioa.

* Legitimate expectation: Kioa, Lam.

* Advisory Reports and Recommendation: Ainsworth, O'shea Exceptions (11)

* Contrary statutory intention: Plaintiff s10

* Urgency: Hurford

Hearing Rule (12)

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Disclosure adverse information: VEAL. Disclosure of Critical Information: SZBEL.

* Exception: national security: Leghaei Disclosure of adverse conclusion: Bond (No 2) Other aspect of Hearing Rule

* Not who decides must hear: White v RMC

* Oral hearing is not necessary: WZARH

* Consider legitimate expectation: WZARH

* Undue delay: NAIS

* No right to cross-examination: O'Rourke.

* No right to determine the order of witness: O'Rourke

Apprehension of Bias (14)

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Test of RAB (14) Types

* Interests: Hot Holdings

* Preconceived view: Vakauta, Livesey

* Particular knowledge: Koppen

* Present at deliberation: Stollery

* Minister requires a mind open to persuasion: Jia Exceptions

* Common law principle of necessity (performance of other function: Rauber)

* Statutory exclusion

Extension of PF (16)

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Failure to respond to substance: Dranichnikov Reasons for decision not necessary: Osmond

* Exceptions:

* Express statutory intention

* Implied statutory obligation : Vegan

* When there is a right to appeal

* DM's function similar to judges Breach of statutory procedure: Project Blue Sky

* Check if it is legislative intention to invalid the decision: Palme.

Consideration Grounds (18)

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Failure consider relavent considerations: Peko-Wallsend

* Most up-to-date information: PekoWallsend

* Personal active intellectual process required: Chapman.

* Court not determine the weight of the consideration: SZJSS Consider irrelevant considerations: Padfield

* Political embarrassment: Padfield

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