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Courts in other jurisdictions, such as the South Australian Environment, Resources and Development Court, the Planning and Environment Court in Queensland and the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal have also decided a number ot significant climate cases, albeit fewer than the NSWLEC. For details, see University of Melbourne, Australian Climate Change Litigation (Database) <https:// apps.law.unimelb.edu.au/lawapps/climatechange/index.php>, archived at <https://perma.cc/ XMD9-C45G>.
(160) For example, the NSWLEC has open standing rules and a merits review jurisdiction that has facilitated environmental and climate litigation in NSW: see generally EDO NSW, EDO NSW Report: Merits Review in Planning in NSW (Report, July 2016) <www.edonsw.org.au/ Merits_review_in_planning_in_nsw>, archived at <https://perma.cc/6JGA-JC7Q>.
(175) The NSWLEC and the Queensland Planning and Environment Court are two examples of such courts.
Transgrid  NSWLEC 700 (Austl.) (8 witnesses); Attorney-General (NSW) v.
Perpetual Trust Victoria Ltd v Ford,  NSWSC 29, 43 (Austl.); Jetset Properties v Eurobodalla Shire Council,  NSWLEC 198, 42.
After we had obtained a judgment to have certain land transferred to our client (Deerubbin LALC v Minister Administering the Crown Lands Act  NSWLEC 68 (Austl.)), there continued to be a dispute requiring the use of expert land surveyors.
Generation  CLR 217 (NSWLEC) (Austl.) (upholding the approval of
(175.) Gray v Minister for Planning  NSWLEC 720 (Unreported,
(213) The judgment in another recent case, this time before the Land and Environment Court of New South Wales ('NSWLEC'), is even more emphatic as to the importance of factoring future climate change into local development-related decision-making.
* Gray v Minister for Planning ('Anvil Hill') (233) in the NSWLEC;
(186)  NSWLEC 720 (Unreported, Pain J, 27 November 2006).
(225) Anvil Hill  NSWLEC 720 (Unreported, Pain J, 27 November 2006) -.
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