It is often asserted that courts are not allowed to engage in merits review of administrative decisions. However, according to this Federal Court decision, there are circumstances where courts are allowed to do so. Further, can a 'court ... review an administrative decision for unreasonableness based on a finding of fact, short of there being “no evidence” for the finding'?
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