Adjudicators’ decisions susceptable to judicial review

The Court of Appeal in New South Wales has handed down its judgment in Chase Oyster Bar v Hamo [2010] NSWCA 190.  The case has potentially far reaching effects, since it has decided that adjudicator’s decisions are susceptible to review by way of certiorari.

See our note on the importance of the case:

The decision in Chase Oyster Bar v Hamo

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