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Administrative review August 26, 2015

ADMINISTRATIVE LAW – judicial review – decision of the proper officer of the Motor Accidents Authority to dismiss an application for review of a medical assessment pursuant to s 63 of the Motor Accidents Compensation Act 1999 (NSW) – whether reasonable cause to suspect that medical assessment was incorrect in a material respect – whether medical assessor should have undertaken “disentanglement” of causation with regard to psychological injuries – whether proper officer committed an error of law in refusing to order a review of the medical assessment

AAI Limited v Motor Accidents Authority of New South Wales [2015] NSWSC 912

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