Applications for stay order and interlocutory injunction

Federal Court: Applicant's citizenship was revoked under s 34(2) of the Citizenship Act 2007 and his deportation was scheduled for 19 Nov 2019. On 11 Nov 2019, Applicant applied to AAT for: review of the revocation decision; and a stay order under s 41 of the AAT Act, which gives the AAT the power to suspend the operation of the revocation decision "for the purpose of securing the effectiveness" of the review application. The hearing of the application for the stay order was to occur on 20 Nov 2019. Applicant eventually applied to FCA for judicial review of the revocation decision and sought interlocutory injunction, restraining Minister from deporting him.

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