According to a landmark Federal Court (FCA) decision which we summarised in Jan 2020, the Tribunal could not consider issues and provisions not considered by the Department. Both the Minister and the non-citizen appealed that decision to the Full Court of the FCA (FCAFC). Was the FCA decision wrong? What are the principles by which the FCAFC might determine whether or not to proceed to hear an appeal where the substantive issues on appeal have become moot?
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