Turner v State of New South Wales [2019] NSWCA 164 (05 July 2019) (Bathurst CJ at [1]; Basten JA at [2]; Payne JA at [50]) - 13wentworthselbornechambers
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Turner v State of New South Wales [2019] NSWCA 164 (05 July 2019) (Bathurst CJ at [1]; Basten JA at [2]; Payne JA at [50])


Catchwords:


HIGH RISK OFFENDER – application pursuant to the Crimes (High Risk Offenders) Act 2006 (NSW) – interim detention order – whether offender must be in lawful custody when interim detention order made – whether offender must be in lawful custody when an interim detention order is renewed

STATUTORY INTERPRETATION – implied limitation on powers of superior court – purposive interpretation not supportive of limitation – effect of earlier precedent inconsistent with implied limitation – subsequent amendments leaving unchanged provisions the subject of earlier judicial determination