ALJR

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ALJRAustralian Law Journal Reports
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10) Board of Bendigo Regional Institute of Technical and Further Education v Barclay (2012) 248 CLR 500, 517 [44]-[45] per French CJ and Crennan J; General Motors-Holden's Pty Ltd v Bowling (1976) 51 ALJR 235,241 per Mason J.
McLeans Roylen Cruises Pty Ltd v McEwan (1984) 58 ALJR 423
DPP (1987) 61 ALJR 375 so that such cases are treated as murder.
16) See, eg, Murphy v Electoral Commissioner (2016) 90 ALJR 1027, 1044 (Kiefel J) ('Murphy').
5) Migration Act 1958 (Cth) ss 36(2)(a) (it is implicit that protection is not owed to a person coming within art 1F of the Refugee Convention), 501 (arts 32 and 33(2) of the Refugee Convention are 'subsumed' within the character test: Plaintiff M47/2012 v Director-General of Security (2012) 86 ALJR 1372,1390 [37], 1391 [42] (French CJ).
37) Dugan v Mirror Newspapers Ltd (1978) 142 CLR 583; 22 ALR 439; 53 ALJR 166; Compare R v Board of Visitors of Hull Prison; Ex parte St Germain [1979] 1 QB 425, 455-6; [1979] 1 All ER 701; [1979] 2 WLR 42 (Shaw LJ).
180) For an example of movement from strict to fault-based liability, see Burnie Port Authority v General Jones Pty (1994) 68 ALJR 331.
Notably as a result of the High Court's decision in Electrolux Home Products Pty Ltd v AWU (2004) 78 ALJR 1231 that each substantive provision of an agreement must deal with matters that 'directly pertain' to the employment relationships regulated by the agreement: see Creighton and Stewart 2005, pp.
Hedley Byrne & Co Ltd v Heller & Partners Ltd [1964] AC 465, San Sebastian Pty Ltd v The Minister Administering the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 (1986) 162 CLR 340 and Tepko Pty Ltd v Water Board (2001) 75 ALJR 775.
1959) 100 CLR 665; LXVI ALR 690, (1959-60) 33 ALJR 24; Bibliography Case No 132, pp 59-60.
1], Between 1 January 2010 and early 2015, 69 per cent of civil penalty cases involved agreements with all or a significant number of respondents as to relief, including penalties that were jointly recommended to the court (a practice which has been confirmed by the High Court in Commonwealth v Director, Fair Work Building Industry Inspectorate (2015) 90 ALJR 113), commented on in Houston, above n 12, 6-7.
In interpreting the language of s 304 it is permissible to have regard to decisions expounding the concept of "sudden provocation" subsequent to the Code's enactment', citing as authority Boughey v The Queen (1986) 161 CLR 10, 30 (Brennan J); R v LK (2010) 84 ALJR 395, 422 (Gummow, Hayne, Kiefel, Crennan and Bell JJ).