Refugee appeals against revocation of refugee status should be dismissed if appellant not a refugee

This is probably a determination best ignored, from the judge who brought us Sala. The headnote reads: 1. An appeal under s 82(1)(c) is an appeal against revocation of the basis upon which the leave referred to in s 82(2)(c) was granted. 2. The only allowable ground under s 84(3)(a) is by reference to the Refugee Convention, and by s 86(2)(a) that matter must therefore be determined in all cases. 3. Where s 72(10) applies, however, the appeal must be dismissed even if the ground is made out. Whatever. The determination basically consists of an obscure legal discussion in which even I could find no interest and concludes, I think,…

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