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NSW Supreme Court 4h
SupCt dismisses Ms Kitching’s summons to have the State Insurance Regulatory Authority’s decision set aside. Ms Kitching failed to show that any error was made; the decision makers simply came to a different conclusion than was her case. Sum:
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NSW Supreme Court 21h
CA dismisses appeal, holding that there was no substantive or procedural unfairness which vitiated a Deed of Settlement relating to claims of historical child sexual abuse. Sum:
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NSW Supreme Court Aug 3
CA orders the Law Society and a lawyer to make submissions as to the conditions which the lawyer should satisfy before being issued with a new practising certificate. Sum:
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NSW Supreme Court Aug 3
CCA upholds a challenge to convictions in the District Court for one offence of sexual intercourse without consent and one offence of assault accompanied by act of indecency. Sum:
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NSW Supreme Court Aug 3
CCA refuses application for leave to appeal against convictions of a series of historical child sexual assault offences. Sum:
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NSW Supreme Court Aug 2
CA dismisses application seeking to challenge decision by District Court judge to refuse to state a case to the CCA. Sum:
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NSW Supreme Court Aug 2
CCA refuses appeal in relation to sentence for offence of dangerous driving occasioning death. No error in sentencing judge taking into account alcohol consumption when applicant not proved to be above the legal blood alcohol limit. Sum:
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NSW Supreme Court Jul 29
CA allows an appeal from decision of SupCt dismissing an application to set aside an order for examination and orders for production. Examination sought was an abuse of process as for a private purpose for benefit of a limited group of persons. Sum:
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NSW Supreme Court Jul 28
CCA dismisses appeal brought by Mr Casey, a Catholic priest, against conviction for child exploitation offences committed in the 1980’s. Sum:
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NSW Supreme Court Jul 27
Replying to @NSWSupCt
The judgment has now been published. Read the judgment here: . Read the summary here:
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NSW Supreme Court Jul 27
CA publishes reasons for dismissing appeal from prohibition of proposed public assembly in Sydney CBD. Read the judgment here: . Read the summary here:
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NSW Supreme Court Jul 27
CA allows appeal, holding that IRC has jurisdiction to hear a claim pursuant to s 84(1) of the Industrial Relations Act in relation to a decision to cause a police officer to be retired pursuant to s 72A of the Police Act. Sum:
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NSW Supreme Court Jul 26
Replying to @NSWSupCt
The judgment will be published at a later date.
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NSW Supreme Court Jul 26
CA dismisses an appeal by Mr Gibson regarding order made by SupCt prohibiting the Black Lives Matter protest on Tuesday 28 July. Any failure by Commissioner of Police to comply with s 25(2) of Summary Offences Act 1988 did not deprive the Court at first instance of jurisdiction.
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NSW Supreme Court Jul 26
SupCt orders that the plaintiff, Prime Capital, be granted judgment for possession of certain property in Lidcombe of which it was a mortgagee, along with leave to issue and execute a writ of possession. Sum:
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NSW Supreme Court Jul 25
Replying to @NSWSupCt
The judgment is now available at
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NSW Supreme Court Jul 25
In the matter of the Commissioner of Police v Gibson The Supreme Court has made an order prohibiting the Black Lives Matter protest on Tuesday 28 July 2020. By consent of the parties, the order has been stayed until 10am on Monday 27 July. Judgment will be published later today.
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NSW Supreme Court Jul 23
Replying to @MWhitbourn
Hi Michaela, third parties are now able to re-connect to the AVL. You should be able to do this now.
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NSW Supreme Court Jul 23
Replying to @MWhitbourn
Hi Michaela, we are aware of the problem and working on fixing it now to enable third parties to view the case remotely.
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NSW Supreme Court Jul 23
CA dismisses appeal, holding that expert retained by contracting parties to resolve a dispute between them did not exceed her mandate. Sum:
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