Day v SAS Trustee Corporation [2021] NSWCA 71 (28 April 2021) (Meagher JA at [1]; Payne JA at [71]; White JA at [72])


Catchwords:


ADMINISTRATIVE LAW – constructive failure to exercise jurisdiction – where appellant alleges primary judge failed to address “substantial, clearly articulated” arguments – whether arguments based on “established facts” – whether primary judge’s approach raised those arguments for separate determination

EMPLOYMENT AND INDUSTRIAL LAW – public sector – police – Police Regulation (Superannuation) Act 1906 (NSW), s 10B(2) – where primary judge found appellant incapacitated by transient condition for short period at time of resignation from police force – whether it follows that appellant incapable from infirmity of body or mind of exercising the functions of a police officer at that time – meaning of “infirmity” in Police Regulation (Superannuation) Act