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5.9 Hearing of application for review
An application is listed for hearing only if it has not been settled at a conference and the parties have complied with the AAT's directions and prepared their cases. After hearing all the evidence and submissions from both parties, the Tribunal usually will adjourn and release the findings at a later date.
The AAT may affirm or vary the decision under review, set it aside and substitute its own decision, or remit the matter to the decision-maker with such directions or recommendations as it thinks fit.