Federal Court (FCA). An application was filed in the Federal Circuit Court (FCCA). The FCA agreed with the FCCA that the application was originally an abuse of process, as it was a "fabrication put in the name of" solicitors who had given no authority for their names to be used at that time. Was that abuse then cured on the basis that, subsequently, the Applicant and those same lawyers were happy to, and did, proceed with the application?
The Federal Court answered that question as follows:
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