JE v Secretary, Department of Family and Community Services [2019] NSWCA 162 (03 July 2019) (Bell P at [1], Gleeson JA at [2], Leeming JA at [71]) - 13wentworthselbornechambers
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JE v Secretary, Department of Family and Community Services [2019] NSWCA 162 (03 July 2019) (Bell P at [1], Gleeson JA at [2], Leeming JA at [71])


Catchwords:


ADMINISTRATIVE LAW – judicial review – appeal from Children’s Court to District Court – whether error of law on the face of the record or jurisdictional error established – where common ground that applicant not accorded procedural fairness

ADMINISTRATIVE LAW – procedural fairness – common ground applicant denied procedural fairness – whether discretionary grounds to refuse relief – whether proceedings should be remitted to the District Court

APPEAL – leave to appeal – where statement of claim in District Court struck out for disclosing no reasonable cause of action – discretion to extend time to apply for leave – where no explanation for 29 months delay – whether case is fairly arguable