A lengthy dispute has been finalised over public sector job cuts, with the South Australian Supreme Court ruling the issues are now moot.
The Public Service Association (PSA) fought changes to public sector working conditions outlined in the 2010 state budget.
It argued they were in breach of an enterprise bargaining agreement.
The Industrial Relations Commission and the Supreme Court both decided they did not have jurisdiction to hear the dispute, but the High Court found the matter should be considered by the Supreme Court.
Now in its judgment, the Full Court of the Supreme Court ruled it would be unnecessary and inappropriate to consider the matters because most of the leave conditions taken away in 2010 had since been reinstated.