High Court: Although this case dealt with tax law, it concerned administrative law and could therefore apply to migration matters. The High Court (HCA) observed that "no satisfactory explanation has been offered as to why the plaintiff adopted the course of seeking writs of certiorari and mandamus rather than special leave to appeal against the [judgment of the Full Court of the Federal Court]". Was that in itself a sufficient reason to dismiss the application to the HCA?
The HCA answered that question as follows:
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