Federal Court (Full Court): AAT did to disclose existence of non-disclosure certificate issued under s 438(1)(b), but did not take the information covered by it, which related to the Appellant's claim for protection, into consideration. AAT found that: 1) Appellant did not have a well-founded fear of prosecution nor satisfied the complementary protection provisions; 2) in any event, could reasonably relocate to safe areas of his country, meaning that he was not owed protection obligations. If the first finding was erroneous, was that error material/jurisdictional?
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