The anti-homosexual the Bernard Gaynor loses again

Leave to appeal refused.

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NSW Crest

Court of Appeal
Supreme Court
New South Wales

Medium Neutral Citation:Gaynor v Attorney General of New South Wales [2020] NSWCA 48Hearing dates:24 February 2020Date of orders:26 March 2020Decision date:26 March 2020Before:Bell P at [1]; Basten JA at [86]; Leeming JA at [124]Decision:

Leave to appeal refused

Catchwords: APPEAL – Leave to appeal – whether matter at issue amounting to or of the value or involving $100,000 or more – need for party seeking to appeal to demonstrate that jurisdictional threshold satisfied

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW – whether Part 3A of Civil and Administrative Tribunal Act 2013 (NSW) unconstitutional – whether, notwithstanding Part 3A, NCAT invested with federal jurisdiction – whether Part 3A entails discrimination contrary to s 117 of the Commonwealth Constitution

COURTS AND TRIBUNALS – whether Local Court of New South Wales has jurisdiction to entertain a diversity suit involving publication on the internet of matters alleged to contravene s 49ZS of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 (NSW)

DISCRIMINATION LAW – whether complaint by a resident of New South Wales against a resident of Queensland referred by President of Anti-Discrimination Board to NCAT could be heard by Local Court of New South Wales

Entire decision here –

Author: Garry Burns

Gary Burns is an Australian anti-discrimination campaigner. He successfully tested the homosexual vilification provisions of the NSW Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 with a complaint of personal homosexual vilification against broadcaster John Laws and Sydney radio station 2UE that concluded in his favour in 2002.[1] Burns went on to front public interest cases against high profile figures and media establishments for unlawful homosexual vilification.

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