[BLML] Delayed challenge to a claim [SEC=UNOFFICIAL]

Richard HILLS richard.hills at immi.gov.au
Fri Nov 8 00:43:02 CET 2013


Sven Pran:

>...accepted (conceded) the claim...

Richard Hills:

Since at least the 1997 Lawbook a concession initiated by your side is no longer
synonymous with an agreement to a claim initiated by the other side. (The 1997
terminology for the two was "concede" versus "acquiesce".)

The definition of "concession" is specified in Law 68B, but the definition of the
former "acquiescence" (now "agreement") is specified in Law 69A.



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