Federal Court. If a merits review (Tribunal) applicant appoints an authorised recipient, the Tribunal sends the authorised recipient a letter requesting the applicant to give information, comment or response and the authorised recipient does not inform the applicant of the existence of that letter, does it necessarily follow that: the Tribunal may make a decision without taking any further action; the applicant will not be entitled to a hearing?
The Federal Court answered those questions as follows:
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