The entrenched minimal provision of judicial review and the rule of law
In Plaintiff S157/2002 v Commonwealth (2003) 211 CLR 476, the High Court held that s 75(v) of the Constitution entrenches a �minimum provision of judicial review� which limits the effectiveness of statutory attempts to impair the judicial review of Commonwealth administrative action and constitutes a �textual reinforcement� of the �rule of law�. This article identifies two possible ways in which the rule of law might give content to the idea of the minimum provision of judicial review. The...[Show more]
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