The respondent (T), a Malaysian citizen, entered Australia in May 1988 on a temporary entry permit and in July of the same year married an Australian citizen who had four children.

Friday, 31 May 2013 10:10

R v MOTI

The court may permanently stay a criminal prosecution where the conduct of the prosecution would bring the legal process into disrepute.

Published in Abuse of Process
Friday, 31 May 2013 09:24

R v TANG

Women who consented to engage in prostitution could still be regarded as held in a condition of slavery where they were in fact subject to powers of control generally associated with ownership.

Published in Violence
Friday, 31 May 2013 09:20

MINISTER OF IMMIGRATION v KHAWAR

The discriminatory failure of a State to take action against perpetrators of domestic violence against women can be the basis of a claim to refugee status.

Published in Violence



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