Federal Court (Full Court): former RMA had charged clients "for nothing more than ‘being available’", said AAT when reviewing OMARA's sanction. According to Full Court, OMARA/AAT have jurisdiction even on the basis of conduct that falls outside client/agent relationships; in any event, in determining whether the complainants were clients, it was irrelevant whether immigration assistance had actually been provided
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