AIAL

AcronymDefinition
AIALAustralian Institute of Administrative Law (est. 1989)
AIALAuckland International Airport Ltd (Auckland, New Zealand)
AIALAsia Information Associates Limited (Hong Kong)
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Standard & Poor's placed AIAL on CreditWatch with negative implications as a result of the announcement in the New Zealand budget handed down on May 14, 1998, of the government's intention to sell its majority 51.
above n 16; Daniel Stewart, 'Griffith University v Tang, "Under an Enactment" and Limiting Access to Judicial Review' (2005) 33(3) Federal Law Review 525; Graeme Hill, 'Griffith University v Tang--comparison With Neat Domestic, and The Relevance of Constitutional Factors' (2005) AIAL Forum 19; Christos Mantziaris and Leighton McDonald, 'Federal Judicial Review Jurisdiction after Griffith University v Tang' (2006) 17 Public Law Review 22.
According to AIAL general manager aeronautical commercial Glenn Wedlock, the tie-up delivered a key opportunity to capitalize on the growth from the buoyant China market.
Under the merger implementation agreement, the AIAL board is not restricted from considering competing proposals from other parties and making a recommendation to shareholders if it believes another proposal would provide a better outcome for shareholders.
10) James Spigelman, 'The Integrity Branch of Government' (2010) 31 AIAL Forum 2-3.
60) See Graeme Hill, 'Griffith University v Tang--Comparison with NEAT Domestic, and the Relevance of Constitutional Factors' (2005) 47 AIAL Forum 6, 11-12; Mantziaris and McDonald, above n 45, 32-6.
AIAL Chief Executive Don Huse says the regional airline gate development raises the standard of facilities for those flying on smaller aircraft to and from regional destinations.
121) Robin Creyke, 'Current and Future Challenges in Judicial Review Jurisdiction: A Comment' (2003) 37 AIAL Forum 42, 45.
Indeed, in the wake of Plaintiff S157, the former Solicitor-General for the Commonwealth argued that the decision did nothing more than confirm the existence of the 'fourth' Hickman proviso: David Bennett, 'Privative Clauses--An Update on the Latest Developments' (2003) 37 AIAL Forum 20, 29:
Initially the New Zealand Government held 50% of the shares in AIAL and the region's city councils owned the balance.
37) Professor John McMillan usefully summarises the position in a recent article, 'Restoring the ADJR Act in Federal Judicial Review' (2013) 72 AIAL Forum 12.
See also R v Commonwealth Court of Conciliation and Arbitration; Ex parte Barrett (1945) 70 CLR 141, 150, 154-5 (Latham CJ), 159 (Starke J); Abebe v Commonwealth (1999) 197 CLR 510, 523-8 (Gleeson CJ and McHugh J), 555 (Gaudron J), 585-8 (Kirby J)" Mantziaris and McDonald, above n 123, 30-6; Graeme Hill, "Griffith University v Tang--Comparison with NEAT Domestic, and the Relevance of Constitutional Factors' (2005) 47 AIAL Forum 6, 11-13; Taggart, 'Australian Exceptionalism', above n 4, 19-20.