Operation "Sovereign Borders" the High Court of Australia. Australia Maritime Powers Act 2013 Territorial Waters.
вЂRethinking Asylum Seeker Detention at Sea: The Power to Detain Asylum Seekers at Sea under the Maritime Powers Act 2013вЂ™, University of New South Wales Law Journal, Vol. 38, Issue 2 вЂ¦. Maritime Powers Act 2013, as recently amended. On 18 August 2016 a joint MASLU, MLAANZ and ILA Seminar entitled вЂњ The South China Sea Decision: A Snapshot of IssuesвЂќ hosted by Clayton Utz, at their offices in Brisbane..
1 detention under the maritime powers act 2013 The MPA is an unusual piece of legislation because it confers power upon officers of the Australian government to intercept and detain foreigners outside Australian territory. Maritime Powers Act 2013, as recently amended. On 18 August 2016 a joint MASLU, MLAANZ and ILA Seminar entitled вЂњ The South China Sea Decision: A Snapshot of IssuesвЂќ hosted by Clayton Utz, at their offices in Brisbane.
Maritime Powers Act 2013 60 For present purposes, the general scheme of the MP Act can be identified as having the following elements. Part 2 (ss 15-49) provides for the exercise of maritime powers.. The purpose of the Migration and Maritime Powers Legislation Amendment (Resolving the Asylum Legacy Caseload) Bill 2014 (the Bill) is to amend the Migration Act 1958, the Migration Regulations 1994 (the Regulations); the Maritime Powers Act 2013 (the MPA), the Immigration (Guardianship of Children) Act 1946 (IGOC Act) and the Administrative Decisions (Judicial Review) Act 1977 (ADJR Act) to.
“CAPABILITY STATEMENT Maritime security”.
Enforcing the provisions of the Fisheries Management Act 1991, Torres Strait Fisheries Act 1984 and the Maritime Powers Act 2013 are the responsibility of AFMA. Working with others Combating illegal fishing using the best resources Australia can provide means working and exchanging information with other government agencies, including state and territory fisheries agencies and Customs and.
The Migration and Maritime Powers Bill currently remains before the House of Representatives, having been returned to the House following amendments passed by вЂ¦. This report has been prepared by RMIT Juris Doctor students under the supervision of staff at the Centre for Innovative Justice. The students were also provided guidance and mentoring from David Manne, Executive Officer of Refugee Legal and Emily Howie, Di rector of Advocacy, Human Rights Law Centre. The students and the Centre for Innovative Justice are grateful for the generous support and. powers under the Maritime Powers Act 2013 (Cth); and (c) the denial of due process to applicants for protection visas who receive an adverse ASIO security assessment process..
Maritime Powers Act 2013 (Maritime Powers Act), and the . Australian Citizenship Act 2007 (the Citizenship Act). The department considers that all personal information, including sensitive personal information obtained by an . entrusted person of the department is вЂprotected informationвЂ™ under the Border Force Act. Personal identifiers. The Migration and Citizenship Acts include specific Other Acts (such as the Maritime Powers Act 2013) also confer powers on officers. In total, officers can exercise coercive powers under 35 Acts and more than 500 empowering provisions. In total, officers can exercise coercive powers under 35 Acts and more than 500 empowering provisions.