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5.11 Appeals to the Federal Court

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The hearing by the AAT ends the appeal process in the majority of cases although s.44 of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal Act 1975 allows for a further appeal to the Federal Court by either party on points of law.  In the rare case of an appeal to the Federal Court on a point of law, the application of the AAT's decision may be stayed by the Court pending its decision.