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Limitation of Actions

Discoverability: limitation of actions

By robertsheldon / May 15, 2020 / Comments Off on Discoverability: limitation of actions

Best v Rosamond [2020] NSWCA 90 http://www.austlii.edu.au/cgi-bin/viewdoc/au/cases/nsw/NSWCA//2020/90.html 32 The primary judge held that even if his Honour were to believe the appellant’s evidence that he began to struggle from the emotional impact of the assault only later, in October 2015, this did not address the critical question: “[35] … But for reasons I have referred…

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What do you know?

By robertsheldon / February 2, 2020 / Comments Off on What do you know?

Pomare v Whyte [2019] NSWCA 317 On 18 April 2012 the appellant, Mr Kereopa Pomare, was travelling in a prime mover on the Silver City Highway west of Wentworth. The prime mover was travelling approximately 100 km per hour and collided with an Angus bull, causing the prime mover to overturn and Mr Pomare was…

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You can’t unring a bell but you can un-know a fact

By robertsheldon / December 6, 2019 / Comments Off on You can’t unring a bell but you can un-know a fact

Murgolo v AAI Ltd t/as AAMI [2019] NSWCA 295 In 2012 Mr Murgolo was a sub-contractor working on a building site at Miranda Public School. On 19 January 2012, Mr Murgolo was injured when two workers were allegedly negligent in failing to secure an acrow prop, which fell and caused an injury to Mr Murgolo’s…

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