While s 15 requires the Corporation ‘to have regard to [its] commercial sustainability…as an entity’ when making decisions, this is unlikely to give rise to a public obligation affected by
the decision. Under the Act, the Corporation has been bestowed with such economic autonomy as to be effectively characterised as a private, rather than public entity. It is able ‘to do all things necessary or convenient for engaging participating private entities’, which includes charging ‘for work done [and] services rendered’, and appears required to be financially self-sufficient beyond its ‘initial’ period of public funding. That the Corporation has been granted such freedom is likely to dissuade a court to impose any public obligations which are incompatible with its apparent private-regarding nature.

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