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Administrative Review in Victoria
Administrative review is the area of law that deals with challenging and reviewing decisions made under legislation or regulations, normally by government and regulatory bodies and officials. In Victoria, the review can be heard either in the Supreme Court or a tribunal such as the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal. Examples of administrative review include reviewing government decisions such as the decision by a local government to refuse a planning permit or the decision of the Planning Minister to grant a building permit, and reviewing decisions made by an authority such as VicRoads.