This is one of the more complicated aspects of natural justice. Who, precisely, is entitled to Natural Justice? And just what is a "legitimate expectation" in this context.
There are quite a few video casenotes associated with this video. You can find them below:
Kioa v West: https://youtu.be/n15pHP8LX4s
Annetts v McCann: https://youtu.be/o7YPLeE5Q80
FAI v Winneke: https://youtu.be/hrVmqdK0HLE
Minister for Immigration v Teoh: https://youtu.be/mjodkQ2MpM0
Haoucher v Minister for Immigration: https://youtu.be/ZmiOMjsklwc
South Australia v O’Shea: https://youtu.be/ejoAsJ38Df8
Country Energy v Williams: Watch this space!
If you’re not a student at James Cook University, or even if you’re not a law student at all, you’re still very welcome to have a look at this material, and I hope it will be helpful!
A playlist of all the videos in this course can be found here: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0lVITu9N3LTkgkKqBxJFseWmw13UW8x6
Short on time? I have an entire Administrative Law course in just two hours here: https://youtu.be/QoiS1_1LXKQ