Federal Court. If DHA identifies an AAT decision, prepares a brief to the Minister consisting of a decision record setting aside the Tribunal's decision under s 501A(2) and an invitation to circle an option indicating that he adopts that decision record as his own or to circle an option indicating that he does not set aside the Tribunal's decision, and the Minister circles the former, is this sufficient evidence to warrant orders that the Minister answer an interrogatory aimed at determining whether the Minister turned his mind to the decision? Was the interrogatory a fishing expedition?
The Federal Court answered that questions as follows:
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