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These decisions were Pape v Federal Commissioner of Taxation ('Pape')1 and…
1 (2009) 238 CLR 1 ('Pape').
2 Administrative Decisions (Judicial Review) Act 1977 (Cth) ('ADJR Act').
3 Pape (n 1) 125-6.
5 Catherine MacMillian, Mistakes in Contract Law (Hart Publishing, 2010) 9.
6 ADJR Act (n 2) s 5(2).
7 Ibid s 6.
8 MacMillan (n 5) 41.