Federal Court (Full Court): it is settled law that, in order for a fraudulent visa application lodged by an RMA to be invalid, the applicant must be neither complicit in, nor 'indifferent' to, the fraud (Gill and Singh). The Full Court elaborated on those previous decisions, holding that 'indifference' in public law means 'reckless indifference' at common law
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