The commercial independence of the Corporation also suggests its power to contract is unlikely to be confined by any public obligations, which otherwise may have been affected by the decision. While the Corporation may not possess a ‘bare capacity to contract’, the private-regarding nature of the Corporation, as outlined at [6], is apt to persuade a court that ‘there is no sensible accommodation that could be made between the public and private considerations’ relevant to the Corporation’s decision. Such circumstances will not ordinarily give rise to public considerations or accountability.

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