FCCA “failed to afford the appellant procedural fairness”

Federal Court (Full Court): The Federal Circuit Court (FCCA) "failed to afford the appellant procedural fairness at the hearing in the exercise of Commonwealth judicial power in all of the circumstances. These circumstances include the following... The appellant did not have legal representation in the [FCCA]... He appeared at the hearing of the application for judicial review via video-link from immigration detention without an interpreter present. The interpreter was located in the courtroom in Sydney..."

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