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Dangerous Recreational Activity

By robert / September 5, 2016 /
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Horse racing: dangerous recreational activity….for the jockey?

By robert / July 23, 2016 /

Goode v Angland [2016] NSWSC 1014 TORT – negligence – personal injury – jockey injured in fall from horse during country race meeting – whether defendant negligently caused or permitted his horse to take plaintiff’s running – whether plaintiff’s horse advanced into a position of danger – Civil Liability Act 2002 s 5K – dangerous…

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Duty of development consent authority

By Robert Sheldon / March 22, 2016 / Comments Off on Duty of development consent authority

Bankstown City Council v Zraika; Roads and Maritime Services v Zraika [2016] NSWCA 51   LOCAL GOVERNMENT – development consent – function of determining applications for development consent – whether local council as planning authority owed duty of care – nature of regulatory function for the purposes of Civil Liability Act 2002 (NSW) s 44…

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"not insignificant"

By Robert Sheldon / March 17, 2016 / Comments Off on "not insignificant"
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The need for articulation of a duty, at a high level of generality, before examining breach

By Robert Sheldon / March 11, 2016 / Comments Off on The need for articulation of a duty, at a high level of generality, before examining breach
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S. 5I: "inherent risk"

By Robert Sheldon / February 17, 2016 / Comments Off on S. 5I: "inherent risk"
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Actual knowledge of a particular risk – s. 45 Civil Liability Act

By Robert Sheldon / February 9, 2016 / Comments Off on Actual knowledge of a particular risk – s. 45 Civil Liability Act
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"Actual knowledge"

By Robert Sheldon / December 24, 2015 / Comments Off on "Actual knowledge"
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S 5E Civil Liability Act, Watts v Rake and Purkess v Crittenden

By Robert Sheldon / November 29, 2015 / Comments Off on S 5E Civil Liability Act, Watts v Rake and Purkess v Crittenden
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Risk warning: “the general nature of the particular risk”

By Robert Sheldon / September 3, 2015 / Comments Off on Risk warning: “the general nature of the particular risk”

TORTS – negligence – where appellant injured jumping off 10 metre diving platform – whether occupier of pool owed duty of care to supervise and instruct individuals using platform – whether primary judge erred in finding as to instruction given – whether warning of risk of injury in using platform was given in accordance with…

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