The complementary protection under s 36(2) of the Migration Act 1958 was not engaged, as loss of life as a result of losing access to medical treatment was insufficient to support the conclusion that the appellant would be 'arbitrarily' deprived of his life. However, that provision does not require an actual subjective intent to deprive an applicant of their life
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