High Court of Australia

Plaintiff S164/2018 v Minister for Home Affairs [2018] HCA 51

7 Nov 2018

Case Number: S229/2018

Before

Edelman J

Catchwords

High Court – Appellate jurisdiction – Leave to appeal – Circumstances when leave necessary – Distinction between interlocutory and final judgment – Where Judiciary Act 1903 (Cth) s 34(2) requires leave to appeal from interlocutory judgment of High Court exercising original jurisdiction – Where single Justice dismissed application for order to show cause – Where appellant filed notice of appeal without seeking leave to appeal – Whether judgment appealed from interlocutory or final – Whether appeal incompetent.

Courts – Jurisdiction – Different dimensions of jurisdiction – Where respondent entered unconditional appearance to the appeal – Whether submission to personal dimension of jurisdiction precludes respondent from impugning competency of appeal based on lack of subject matter jurisdiction.

Words and phrases – "application for an order nisi", "application for an order to show cause", "finally determines", "incompetent", "interlocutory judgment", "leave to appeal", "personal dimension of jurisdiction", "subject matter dimension of jurisdiction".

Judiciary Act 1903 (Cth) – s 34(2).

High Court Rules 1952 (Cth) – O 55 r 1(2).

High Court Rules 2004 (Cth) – r 25. 03. 3(a).
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