Federal Court. Can it be said that, "just because section 473DD requires that a new claim or evidence must not be ‘considered’ does not mean that the Authority must pretend for all intents and purposes that that claim had never been made and the evidence had never existed"? Does that question assume that s 473DD also prohibits the consideration of new claims, as opposed to only new evidence?
The Federal Court answered that question as follows:
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