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How to Sue Commonwealth of Australia for negligence in reason for judgement on interim basis

Hi everyone,

I hope someone could give advise on how I can sue the Commonwealth of Australia due to 15 blatantly obvious flaws in the reasons for judgement an interim application I made to the family law court recently.

I wish to sue for detrimental emotional distress on behalf of my young daughter and myself.

Above all I want to make sure that severly flawed reasons for judgement do not happen to families in the future.

Can anyone recommend how I go about it? I written letters to all the relevant authorities, politicians and alike with futile respones.

I don't mind talking this on myself, but if it ended up in the high court do I need a baraster? My solicitor bill has already topped 25,000

If anyone could offer advice it would be greatly appriciatied.

Thanks,

Michael
Torts action in family law

Forget it! You will come up against 'policy' issues.

You do not have a case, no matter what you think.

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Thanks for the advice monteverdi.
However, I must say that I find it presumptuous. My appologies and I mean no offence to you by this.
Could you elaborate on 'policy' issues? I've read the law act that the judgements were decided upon in my case and it's blantantly obvious that the judgement contradicts the law. The Justice even contradicts himself serval times.
I have 15 points of order of contention in relation to the reason for judgement.
MichaelBetts said
I hope someone could give advise on how I can sue the Commonwealth of Australia due to 15 blatantly obvious flaws in the reasons for judgement an interim application I made to the family law court recently.

I wish to sue for detrimental emotional distress on behalf of my young daughter and myself.
Do you wish to sue for damages or to get the orders changed?
MichaelBetts said
Above all I want to make sure that severly flawed reasons for judgement do not happen to families in the future.
Have you appealed the orders, that is the first step.
MichaelBetts said
Can anyone recommend how I go about it? I written letters to all the relevant authorities, politicians and alike with futile respones.
You will get futile responses because they are likely to refer you to the Appeal process.
MichaelBetts said
I don't mind talking this on myself, but if it ended up in the high court do I need a baraster? My solicitor bill has already topped 25,000
Appeals in the Family Court are difficult enough, taking on the Federal Government in the High Court is a far longer process.
You can do it yourself however the High Court is a different kettle of fish to the Family Court, entirely different rules.
MichaelBetts said
If anyone could offer advice it would be greatly appriciatied.
Not worth the time, angst, mental and financial torture and by the time you get anywhere you will have Final Orders
Read Monteverdi's post.

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