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Leave to appeal November 16, 2015

The Age Company Ltd & Ors v Liu [2013] NSWCA 26

[13] Leave to appeal on this ground should be refused. The principles governing the grant of leave are well established. They were summarised by Basten JA in Be Financial Pty Ltd as Trustee for Be Financial Operations Trust v DAS [2012] NSWCA 164 at [32]–[38]. Generally speaking, it is only appropriate to grant leave in matters that involve issues of principle, questions of public importance or in circumstances where it is reasonably clear that an injustice has occurred by reason of error in the judgment, going beyond what is merely arguable.

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